Reflection of a box at one of the art galleries in the center of Prague. National Gallery in Prague The most important gallery of the Czech Republic offers a number of unique exhibitions that present the works of the country and around the world. Those unable to reserve several hours or all day to see its exhibits, may appreciate the opportunity to attend a guided tour of 30 minutes duration. To view the permanent exhibition "Art of the XX and XXI centuries" needs to move to the Palace of the Trade Fair. The exhibition "The Art of Asia and the Medieval Mediterranean", located on the Kinsky Palace, including a thousand monuments of the cultures of the ancient world, ie Asia, Europe and North Africa. "Art in Bohemia and Central Europe" is set in the Convent of Agnes, while the Sternberg Palace offers the exhibition "European art from antiquity to the Baroque", including works by masters such as El Greco, Goya and Rubens. You can also leave Prague and go to the palace Ž? Nad Sázavou Love Trees, which houses the exhibition of Baroque art including works by Karel Škréta, or the palace in Karviná Fryštát which displays collections of nineteenth-century Czech art. Temporary exhibitions are also held in the Wallenstein Riding School of Prague.