Somehow the channels are very present in my photographs, I wanted to show you this central European Venice called Kampa. If you look at the picture and follow the channel you will discover a night bar that gets crowded with youth at night.
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The highly bohemian atmosphere, in the universal sense of the word, of the Kampa Island attracts as inspiration to the cultural elite, having given shelter to a number of important Czech personalities: It hosted the famous dramatic, prosaic and actor Jan Werich, the composer Bohuslav Martinů, the artist Jiří Trnka, the poet Vladimír Holan or the philologist Josef Dobrovský. Currently Kampa remains an important focus of cultural creation with the renowned Museum of Modern Art Kampa Museum, home of the Foundation of Jan and Meda Mládek.
This photograph of Kampa Island is part of Project 57, the artistic project that we make from the BoHo Hotel to show new corners and new perspectives of Prague. You can find it in a large-scale format in room 208 of our hotel.