National Museum of Prague
Prague, Czech Republic
The National Museum is the largest museum in the Czech Republic. As the central state museum with collecting, scientific, educational and methodological functions it seeks to enhance the sense of national identity and awareness of being part of the whole framework of European and world community and culture. It is a polythematic institution, which comprises a large number of scientific disciplines and areas of collecting ranging from natural sciences to specialised fields of social sciences. The National Museum consists of five specialised institutes — the Museum of Natural Sciences, the Historical Museum, the Library of the National Museum, the Náprstek Museum of Asian, African and American Cultures (part of the National Museum since 1932), the Czech Museum of Music (part of the National Museum since 1984) and two technical and administrative departments – the Department of Economic Management and the Department of Central Exhibiting and Collecting Work.
The museum organises cultural and educational programmes related to the subject matter of its activities. It publishes and distributes periodical and non‐periodical publications, audio and video recordings. It is engaged in pedagogical work in the sphere of its activities.
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