|Date||5. 12. 2016 — 31. 12. 2016|
|Time||10 a.m. - 5 p.m.|
|Admission||ADMISSION AS PER CURRENT PRICELIST|
|Pilsen Historical Underground|
Go down to the Pilsen Urquell Underground, to the labyrinth of cellars, corridors and wells. You will learn more about the history of the City of Pilsen and about the life of its citizens in medieval times. As of mid-June, you will also have the opportunity to see a unique exhibition of statues made of stone, as well as an exhibition of statue molds made of plaster.
The statues as well as the molds have been created by students from the Zámeček Secondary School of Arts (studying the sculpture course). The exhibition comprises a selection of statues that have been created at the school over the past few years. The works exhibited have been selected to harmoniously complement the premises and the atmosphere of the Pilsner Historical Underground.
The labyrinthine network of corridors dug out from stone 9 to 12 metres under the city centre will remind visitors of the history of stonework. It will be perfectly supplemented by contemporary sculptures created by the youngest generation of sculptors. Apart from stone sculptures, the exhibition will also involve works of art made of plaster which were used as models for making the stone sculptures. First, students molded a statue in the workshop, mold cast it from plaster to then start creating their semester or leaving exam works of art. You will have the opportunity to see the results of the students’ work on the premises of the Pilsen Historical Underground until the end of the year.
In accordance with an order from the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic, tours and experience programme are closed to public until further notice. Sorry for inconvenience.
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