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Among nations in Central and Eastern Europe, the Czech Republic stands out as being arguably the most gay-friendly, especially its endearing, pedestrian-friendly, and beautifully preserved capital city, Prague.

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For information on the event itself, see the official Prague Pride festival program, which contains details on and links to all the gatherings, parties, and related goings-on taking place throughout Pride week, including an LGBT mass on August 7, political and activist workshops and lectures, art exhibits, open houses at the city's Center for Queer Memory, a Pride opening concert on August 8, trans cabaret performances, queer theatrical showings, a "children's island" with family Pride fun, a concert by the Prague Gay Men's Choir, an erotic photography event, speed dating, sporting competitions, and more. Prague Gay Pride Parade takes place on August 13 from noon until 3 pm, stepping off at Wenceslas Square.

This is followed by a Pride Music Festival, which runs until 10 pm and features several different bands and performers, and then some high-energy parties.

For a full list of parties taking place during Prague Pride, visit the Prague Pride Parties online guide.

And if you're seeking practical details on getting to and finding accommodation in Prague, visit the Prague Pride page on accommodations and on restaurants and cafes.

Prague Gay Resources The city's gay-popular bars, restaurants, hotels, and shops draw plenty of GLBT folks throughout the week.

Consult online resources about the gay scene in Prague, such as the Prague Saints Gay Travel Site, the always helpful Gay Guide to Prague, and the handy gay guide to Prague.

You should also have a glimpse of the excellent travel site produced by the city's official tourism organization, Prague Welcome, which has a number of GLBT-related articles on the site, including a gay map and articles on gay bars and hotels.

The exhibition Trans Sculpture is going to show sculptures that exemplify the extension of the concept of sculpture in the present, taking into account digital production and design methods.

In their works the exhibited artists Zuzanna Czebatul, Debora Delmar Corp., Alicja Kwade, Lindsay Lawson, Dennis Loesch, Nik Nowak, Antoine Renard and Iris Touliatou exemplarily demonstrate how the idea of sculpture is transformed by means of digital techniques (Renard, Touliatou, Lawson) and a reflection of a completely digitalized environment.

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