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Travel to Prague
April 22-28, 2007

Art New England magazine invites you to join the Artists of the World travel program, a unique pairing of education and culture abroad. Explore the art and culture of this uniquely preserved city with the publisher of Art New England magazine.

A historical niche in the heart of Europe, Prague, or "Golden Prague" is an age-old city whose mystical aura is tangible in every cobblestone of its narrow streets. Known as "the city of a thousand steeples," Prague is one of the only European capitals whose architecture has remained unmarred by war for the last six hundred years. As a result, the preserved city center offers an uninterrupted array of buildings ranging from thousand-year-old Romanesque rotundas to ornate Art Deco mansions. This trip transports you to a quaint boutique hotel in Prague's downtown, a short walk to many of the city's main attractions. Visit the overturned gravestones at the second oldest cemetery in Europe while exploring Prague's Jewish Quarter, enjoy a guided walking tour of the Hradcany Castle, the seat of many Czech kings, and walk across the thirteenth century stone Charles Bridge —its line of gothic statues set against a backdrop of the adjoining towers of Lesser Town and Prague Castleprovides one of the most panoramic views in Europe. A quintessential Bohemian capital, Prague draws an international crowd of art lovers, culture enthusiasts, and romantics.

Reserve your space by: January 10, 2007. Call 617.782.3008 or email for more information or to reserve your space as soon as possible, as space is limited.

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