Prague 1606 / Multimedia view of Prague during the Rule of Rudolf II
The City of Prague Museum – House at the Golden Ring ( Dům U Zlatého prstenu), Týnská 6, Praha 1 - Staré Město, 110 00
In 1606, the prominent graphic artist and publisher, Aegidius Sadeler, portrayed the capital of the Kingdom of Bohemia. Philip van den Bossche turned it into a drawing after which Johann Wechter produced a copperplate.
In 2019, we introduce a nine-metre animation that provides a view of life in Prague during the rule of Rudolf II. A new Sadeler Prospect is the outcome of joint efforts of historians and modern technology specialists – it is an image of the city swarming with people with joys and worries, an image of Prague of the Rudolfine era
Information source: Muzeum hlavního města Prahy