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Visited: 9/14
Hanka Jetenská
The museum is partially wheelchair accessible. Housed on the ground floor and the basement of the house in Neruda Street, near the Prague Castle. It was founded in r. 2009 and is operated by the Foundation DrAK Dr. Altenburg Kohl. The museum regularly hosts monographic and group exhibitions of various artists. The museum is a friendly, quiet cafe with a gallery and bookstore. Wheelchair users everywhere get into some space but yes. Between exposure and the room are stairs and into space by some missed the wheelchair is to narrow for a wheelchair. The wheelchair is possible in the main room, then also in the room where the projected video. The building can go around the café, and there wheelchair moves are from this side and some areas where the wheelchair gets. WC are wheelchair accessible.
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