Západočeské muzeum v Plzni (hlavní budova)

The neo-Renaissance building of the West Bohemian Museum was built in 1896–1899, according the design by Josef Škorpil. Today it belongs to the most interesting highlights in the historical centre of Pilsen. From the architectural gems of the object is worth the attention a collection of stone from the demolished home of Pilsen and the central staircase with a large sculpture of Vojtěch Štaffa. Part of the Museum's permanent exhibition the city of the Armory, which is the best preserved and largest historic Armory in the Czech Republic. For the European rarity is seen as a collection of Gothic rifles-hákovnic.

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The neo-Renaissance building of the West Bohemian Museum was built in 1896–1899, according the design by Josef Škorpil. Today it belongs to the most interesting highlights in the historical centre of Pilsen. From the architectural gems of the object is worth the attention a collection of stone from the demolished home of Pilsen and the central staircase with a large sculpture of Vojtěch Štaffa. Part of the Museum's permanent exhibition the city of the Armory, which is the best preserved and largest historic Armory in the Czech Republic. For the European rarity is seen as a collection of Gothic rifles-hákovnic.

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