It had been snowing on and off all day.  The air was crisp with cold.  The lights of Prague glistened off the frozen terrain as afternoon faded to evening. People strolled about in the old city, snug in their coats and scarfs.  Through the windows of restaurants, diners sat warm and snug, drinking bottles of wine with their early supper.  It was a special night – a night that the Rudolfinum welcomed home its Maestro…

…in a manner of speaking.


The Rudolfinum is a grand building that sits on the banks of the Vltava River.  During the daylight, its Neo-Renaissance facade proudly stands its ground in the middle of one of the oldest parts of Prague.  At night it is a shining jewel in the glistening crown that is Prague. It was built in the late 19th century as a multi-purpose cultural center.  It has served as an art gallery…

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