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Path of Life. Rabbi Loew (ca. 1525–1609)


Organized by the Jewish Museum in Prague and the Prague Castle Administration and on view at the Imperial Stables of Prague Castle, the exhibition Path of Life. Rabbi Loew (ca. 1525–1609) commemorated the 400th anniversary of the death of the renowned rabbi of Rudolphine Prague. According to the Czech News Agency (ČTK), it was the third most visited exhibition in the Czech Republic in 2009, attracting in total 24,565 visitors, or an average of 256 people a day. The most visited exhibition in 2009 was a retrospective on the work of Josef Čapek, which was organized by the Prague Castle Administration and East-Bohemian Gallery in Pardubice; this was seen by 73,000 people, or an average of 753 people a day. The second most visited exhibition was Sváry zření [Conflicts of Vision], which was organized by the Gallery of Fine Arts in Ostrava, attracting 26,900 visitors. In terms of average daily visitors, however, the second most visited show was an exhibition of work by the photographer Robert Vano, which was organized by the Leica Gallery Prague, attracting 719 visitors a day.

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