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this Concert Hall was last updated on 24 May 08

Home of the Czech Philharmonic and a beautiful concert hall, it was built between 1876 and 1884 and is an example of Czech Neo-Renaissance style architechture (like the National Theatre). It was named in honor of Crown Prince Rudolph of the Habsburgs.
Dvorak Hall, contained within and named after the great Czech composer, is an unparalleled venue for concert-viewing and hosts many of the Prague Spring events.
If you see one classical concert while in Prague, see it at Rudolfinum.

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Stare Mesto  show me everything in Stare Mesto
Prague 1
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Tel: +420 2 24 89 31 11
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 Getting there - public transport
Take the A metro line to the ""Staromestska"" stop and walk towards the river. You'll see the building across the street.


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Go to listen, not to see
Claus, 11 May 04

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