Opening up a distinguished institution

The Goethe-Institut Prague invites visitors to experience its pleasant world within!

In December 2017, the Prague office of the Goethe-Institute opened a new space for ideas: Foyer2 – a shared space for creative work, a lounge for cultural events, a place for co-working and meetings in the centre of Prague. Come and share thoughts, refreshments and one of the most stunning views of Prague Castle.

More in Adam Gebrian’s article in the Hospodarske noviny daily.

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