The Museum which Smells of Coffee

A short look into the world of coffee, people around it and coffee loungers brings an exhibition in Prague City Museum Na Porici. One of its wards have changed into a First Republic café. Tables, chairs and a piano, correspondingly dressed-up waiters and a glass of water on a silver tray. Everything as it should be.

This exhibition so offers a bonus – the customers not only see the exhibits, they can also touch, feel, and drink the exhibits, which sound far more enjoyable. The second part of the exhibition, the ‘traditional one’ consist of reminder of disappeared Prague cafés of the First Republic.

Yet there is a third part – it documents the way of coffee from plantations to its consumer. The exhibition has been quite successful, gaining positive critiques, so you shouldn’t miss it. It last until the end of August 2008.

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