Museum of miniatures, Prague, the Czech Republic
- Country: Czech Republic
- City: Prague
- Address: Strahovske nadvori 302/11, 118 00
Many tourists come to the Czech Republic, to see the museums of this country. And this is understandable. Museums of the Czech Republic are among the most visited museums in the world.
In Prague there is an interesting miniature Museum with dozens of exhibits. Each exhibit is of interest to most visitors. Here you can see a small iron-shod flea, a grasshopper playing the violin. The Museum presents an exclusive portrait of the world famous writer Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, mounted on a poppy seed.
Visiting the Museum of miniatures in Prague, everyone will be able to see the exhibit, which is listed in the Guinness Book of records because of its extremely small size. This exhibit represents the world’s smallest book which contains the story of the Chameleon. The author of the story is a Russian writer Chekhov. Also in the Museum are miniature copies of paintings by the legendary artists.
The size of many of the exhibits from the collection is the Museum of miniatures, so small that to consider them only through a magnifying glass. The entire collection is made by professional craftsmen and will be of interest to most visitors.