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Anězský klášter (Prague, Czech Republic)

LC control 99026196
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Corporate name headingAnězský klášter (Prague, Czech Republic)
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Variant(s)Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia (Prague, Czech Republic)
Klášter sv. Anežky České (Prague, Czech Republic)
Convent of the Blessed Agnes (Prague, Czech Republic)
Convent of the Blessed Anežka (Prague, Czech Republic)
Kloster der Hl. Agnes von Böhmen (Prague, Czech Republic)
Národní galerie v Praze. Anězský klášter
Anežský klášter (Museum)
Anežky klášter (Museum)
Klášter blahoslavené Anežky (Museum)
See alsoHierarchical superior: Národní galerie v Praze
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Associated countryCzech Republic
LocatedPrague (Czech Republic)
AddressMitosradných 17 Prague 1
Found inCzech 19th-century painting, 1998: t.p. (Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia)
OCLC, 4-14-99 (hdg.: Anězský klášter (Praha, ČR) ; usage: Klášter sv. Anežky České)
nuc88-77069: Národní galerie v Praze. Czech painting of the 19th century, 1980? (hdg. on OClMA rept.: Convent of the Blessed Anežka; usage: Convent of the Blessed Agnes)
Österreichische Zeichnung des 18. Jahrhunderts, 1996: verso p. preceding t.p. (Kloster der Hl. Agnes von Böhmen, Prager Altstadt, u Milosrdných 17)
Gerhard Richter, 2017: verso t.p. ([exhibition venue]: National Gallery in Prague, the Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia)
National Gallery of Prague WWW site, Oct. 3, 2018: English language page ([under buildings]: Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia; one of the oldest and most important Gothic buildings in Prague; in 1970, declared a national cultural monument; address: Mitosradných 17, Prague 1) Czech language page ([under budovy]: Klášter sv. Anezky České)
Wikipedia, Oct. 3, 2018 (Convent of St. Agnes in Prague; the monastery of Poor Clares of the Order of St. Clare and Franciscans was founded in 1231 by Agnes of Bohemia; the National Gallery became the owner in 1963; since 1978, the convent is a national cultural heritage landmark and a gallery)
Kohl, L. Ludvík Kohl, 1746-1821, 1984: t.p. (Anežský klášter)
Pražský informátor, 1976: p. 95 (under Kláštery: blahoslavené Anežky)
Associated languagecze
Invalid LCCNn 88645489 no 97027063 n 84200237