Kramar's villa is open until Sunday

The Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Mirek Topolanek decided to prolong the exhibition in Kramar’s villa until 10th June. The Neo-baroque villa was built by the first Czechoslavak Prime Minister for his wife Nadezda at the beginning of the 20th century. The villa has 56 rooms, most of them serve as state rooms.

The last Prime Minister who lived in that villa was Vladimir Spidla. His successors Stanislav Gross, Jiri Paroubek and Mirek Topolanek refused to move there. Mirek Topolanek uses the villa for meetings with his coalition partners.

There is a free entrance to the villa. Visitors can see the estates of the Kramers family. Those who are interested in the history of the villa and its inhabitants, should register at

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