Pribram lies 54 km south-west of Prague, at the foot of the Brdy hills. The city is famous for its mining past: silver mining and later iron and uranium ores. On the nearby heighs of Svatá Hora (“Holy Mountain”) stands the Baroque monastery, which has long attracted pilgrims and more recently tourists. The monastery is reached from Pribram city by a long covered staircase.
The Antonin Dvorak Music Festival has a long tradition. The aim of the festival is to commemorate Dvorak’s valuable works. The village Vysoka near Pribram was a second home to the Maistro and the inspiration for many of his works, including some of the most important. Festival concerts are not only held in the big hall of the Antonin Dvorak´Theatre in Pribram but also in other unique spaces such as churches and historical sites associated with the effects of Antonin Dvorak – The Neo-Renaissance stately residence at Vysoka, the St. James Church in Pribram, stately home Ernestina, the castle Breznice or the monastery on Holy Hill (Svata Hora).
Programme 2019 is published here.
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Pribram lies 54 km south-west of Prague, at the foot of the Brdy hills. The city is famous for its mining past: silver mining and later iron and uranium ores. A mining museum allows visitors to experience how the town functioned in the past. Even though mining has declined in the present day. On the nearby heighs of Svatá Hora (“Holy Mountain”) stands the Baroque monastery, which has long attracted pilgrims and more recently tourists. The monastery is reached from Příbram by a long covered staircase.
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