The Michna Summer House, called Rybárna House or Rybárna, the famous seat of the water-sprite family from the Czech film How to drown Dr. Mráček, came to life again thanks to the Scout Institute and KamParta, a local club. The originally Renaissance building rebuilt in the Baroque style has become another project of the Scout Institute in Prague. The ground floor premises of the cultural monument serve as an open café, KamParta’s headquarters, and an open workshop; in other rooms on the first floor, you can try your hand at ceramics, woodwork, or sewing. One of the principles of Scout education is used in all these activities: Learning by doing.
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At this reading place, visitors can take part in a mini-course on the basics of Czech sign language between readings.