Vinohrady Theatre

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Vinohrady Theatre

Vinohrady Theatre (Czech: Divadlo na Vinohradech) is a theatre in Vinohrady, Prague.

Construction began on February 27, 1905. It served as the Theatre of the Czechoslovak Army from autumn 1950 to January 1966). It contains a curtain painted by Vladimír Županský depicting a naked muse.[1]

PLaywrights associated with the theatre include Viktor Dyk who was active around 1915.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ www.theatre-architecture.eu
  2. ^ Viktor Dyk, spisovatele.cz, retrieved 12 April 2014

Coordinates: 50°04′35″N 14°26′14″E / 50.07639°N 14.43722°E / 50.07639; 14.43722