Prague City Archives

Archiv hlavniho mesta Prahy
(Prague City Archives)
Archivni 6, 149 00 Praha 4 (Prague 4)

Phone: +420-23600 1111
Phone Registry: +420-23600 4017
Phone Reading Room: +420-23600 4012
Fax: +420-23600 7100

Capital City of Prague

Summer closure dates
[12.06.14] The Prague City Archives will be closed from Monday 4th to Friday 29th August 2014.
One World Is Not Enough
19th-century Art Treasures from the Patrik Šimon Collection
[07.04.14] 18 April – 31 July 2014; Clam-Gallace Palace more ] »
Coping with Immesurable Loses. Population of the European Cities and World War I.
33. International Conference on Urban History, Prague 2014
[04.12.13] Call for papers more ] »
The Story of Veletržní Palace
National Gallery, Veletržní Palace: March 21, 2014 - February 8, 2015
[11.04.14] The Prague City Archives provided for the exhibition about 70 unique photographs. more ] »
Restrictions on access to archival documents
[20.12.12] Dear researchers, we would like to draw your attention to possible restrictions on access to our archival documents. Some of the materials may not be available in the reading room due to the fact that Prague City Archives are carrying out general stock-taking. Please, consult your orders via e-mail before your visit.
[13.02.14] The Festival Carnevale Praha 2014
[06.12.13] Christmas closure dates
[07.11.13] Documenta Pragensia Monographia IXXX
[22.10.13] ‘For you always have the poor with you’ – From Charity to the Social Politics in Cities Within the 18th–20th Century
[17.10.13] Prazsky sbornik historicky XL
[24.09.13] Metamorphoses of Politics
[26.08.13] Documenta Pragensia XXXI
[21.08.13] Opera Barocca 2013
[01.07.13] Documenta Pragensia Supplementa IV
[18.06.13] Vater & son
[18.06.13] Summer closure dates
[27.03.13] Documenta Pragensia Monographia 26/1
[22.01.13] Carnevale Prague 2013
[18.01.13] Documenta Pragensia Monographia, XXVIII
[07.01.13] Christmas closure dates
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