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Matejska pout entertainment fair is held in Prague

Matejska pout entertainment fair is held in Prague
Matejska pout entertainment fair is held in Prague

In the capital Prague is held one of the most popular and largest in the Czech Republic and the first spring entertainment fair in Europe - the Fair of St. Matthew, or Matejska pout.

St. Matthew Fair is held annually in Prague and is one of the oldest traditions of the Czech Republic taking its origins over 400 years ago. This year Matejska pout will be held from March 5 to April 25 and will become not only a place of pilgrimage for tourists, but also a great place for family recreation.
Matejska pout fair in Prague will present its visitors a very wide range of entertainment, including extreme entertainment for adults and more than 120 varieties of attractions for children, such as roller coaster, ferris wheel, a room of horrors, carousels, waterfalls, and a virtual reality machine.

In addition to carousels at Matejska pout children will be able to enjoy the most exquisite oriental sweets, traditional gingerbread hearts, toys and much more. For adults there is always offered a wide choice of the Czech cuisine, tasting of the Czech wine, mead, plum and more.

The fourth day of April will be a special day for Matejska pout and will be devoted to children with disabilities and children from orphanages and shelters. On this day the fair will be opened to all visitors with disabilities and persons accompanying them for free.

Matejska pout will be held in Prague on April 25, 2011 in the exhibition complex Holesovice, Prague 7.
Working hours of the Matejska pout:

Tuesday-Friday: 14:00 - 21:00
Saturday-Sunday: 10:00 - 22:00

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Date: 26/03/2011

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