Rudolf Concert Hall Rudolfinum is located near the Charles Bridge on the Vltava River, the mother river of the Czech Republic, and is home to the world’s top orchestra "Czech Philharmonic". The concert hall was first built in 1876-1884 and was built by the royal family to support the art movement. The design of the building referred to the State Opera of Dresden, Germany, with a strong Neo-Renaissance style. The concert hall has two concert halls. The main hall Dvořák Hall is a first-class venue for major classical concerts. The first performance of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Antonín Dvořák is here, and the other is the Suk Hall. After Wu Yifan returned to China, the filming location of the first film "There is a Place Only We Know" made many fans in China remember this place full of romance and strong memories.
On the boulevard of the concert hall near the river, there is a sculpture of Josef Manes 1820-1871. As the great pioneer and founder of modern Czech painting, Manes is the best representative of Czech national painting in the late nineteenth century. For tourists, the last group of oil paintings in 1854, the clock face painting of Prague City Hall, is the only place we understand him. On the lawn in front of the concert hall stands one of the most important composers in the world in the nineteenth century: Antonín Leopold Dvořák, September 8, 1841-May 1, 1904) The "Ninth Symphony", which is well-known to the Chinese, is an important work of the main representatives of the Czech national music school.
The small square in front of the concert hall turns into a flea market in the morning on weekends, selling a variety of local specialties and unique handmade products. Friends who are interested can shop for Taobao, maybe there are things you like.
Admission TicketsFrom US$18.66
A three-story classical building with a yellow background is also striking, this concert hall has a lot of years of history, is also a great place for Czech famous music playing, the scenery and environment are also good.
The Rudolf Concert Hall, built in 1884, is located in the Old Town of Prague, on the Vltava River. It is one of the most famous concert halls in Prague and the main venue for the "Prague Spring" concert. This Neo-Renaissance-style building was built in 1884. It was built that year to hold performances and art exhibitions. It was renovated and renovated in the following decades. The concert hall is currently home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and the Czech Chamber Orchestra. On the square in front of the concert hall stands a statue of Czech music master Dvorak. The sculpture at the door is the location of the film "There is a Place Only We Know".
Rudolph concert hall is a world-class concert hall, veteran is also home to the world''s leading orchestras "Czech philharmonic". In the main Hall Dvo ř ak Hall to listen to a classical concert, also became a fan of classical highest dream. Historical background Rudolf hall is located in the old city of rudolph palace. Rudolph GongChu was built in 1876, completed in 1884. To support the art movement was the royal built, original intention is to build a concert hall, and at the same time place for exhibition.
Gorgeous concert venue that hosts the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra on a regular basis, and a building that is somehow always photogenic.
Went to a concert here, very beautiful and historic!
Neo-Renaissance building which is home to the Czech Philharmonic. Any visitor to Prague will know there's no shortage of classical music concerts in the city's many churches. But pick up a ticket for a performance here and your trip will be complete.
if you're fond of culture, just go in
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Charles Bridge,Prague Castle,Old Town Square,St. Vitus Cathedral,Prague Astronomical Clock
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