Prague native Hana studied Historical Sciences at Charles University, where she focused her thesis on the lives of children who were deported to Terezin concentration camp during the Second World War. An expert in both medieval and 20th century Czech history, Hana has vast experience leading tours, having worked in the profession for over 25 years.
Pavla studied at Institute of Art History of Charles University in Prague, where she received her MA degree in 2003. In her thesis she focused on Bohemian and Moravian renaissance jewelery in connection with renaissance clothing and fashion. Since 1997, when she gained her official guide licence from Prague Information Service and Prague Jewish Museum guide licence, she has been working as a tour guide in Prague. After completing her studies she also worked in an Education Agency, organizing courses and lectures from Art History and Architecture. Pavla also worked for four years as a teacher´s assistant at International School of Prague. Being an art historian she is interested in preservation of our cultural heritage and believes that a better knowledge of our cultural history is a prerequisite for a better way of preservation of the numerous historical sites in the Czech Republic, which she, in her free time, likes to explore with her family.
Pavel Kuča grew up in Krnov, a small Silesian town in the Sudets Mountains. After attending a French-language grammar school in Olomouc, he studied history at the Masaryk University in Brno and specialized on 19th-century ethnic conflicts in Central Europe. He has since worked in media, including a period as editor of the liberal Jewish magazine, Maskil, and since 2012, he has been working as a professional tour guide in English and French. Pavel's favored topics are the psychology of architecture and sociological understanding of Central European history - not to mention, he is a specialist on Czech beers and loves biking.
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Charles Bridge, Old Town Square, and Malostranska Square
National Memorial on Vitkov Hill, Vitkov neighborhood, and Wenceslas Square
Old Jewish Cemetery, Old New Synagogue, Holocaust Memorial (Pinkas Synagogue), and Spanish Synagogue
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Bethlehem Chapel, St. Nicholas (Malá Strana), and Klementinum
House of the Black Madonna and Municipal House