Restoration of the exhibition area located on the premises of the Botanical Garden of the Capital City of Prague

Aside from work on buildings subject to heritage protection, GEMA ART GROUP also specialises in construction and restoration works. The project at the Botanical Garden of the Capital City of Prague is but one example of this.

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Museum of Glass and Jewellery – Museum of Glass-Making, restoration

The subject of renovation and restoration works is the last standing building (a timber cottage) of the old glass-making settlement of Kristiánov, which now forms part of the collections of Museum of Glass and Jewellery in Jablonec nad Nisou.

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St. Wenceslas Rotunda preservation project – construction and restoration works

The St. Wenceslas Rotunda, first mentioned in the St. Wenceslas legend originating in the 13th century, was searched for by historians and archaeologists for centuries. It was located thanks to a comprehensive reconstruction of the building of Charles University's Faculty of Mathematics and Physics situated at Malostranské náměstí (the Lesser Town Square). The remnants of the rotunda were discovered on 3 February 2004 during the reconstruction works, by accident.

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Church of Saint Nicholas, Prague

Its state of disrepair made St. Nicholas Church in the Old Town Square a pressing issue for conservationists and the city. Chunks of plaster were falling off the building and the historical statues on the exterior were also damaged. The poor condition of the roofing let rain into the building, further exacerbating the poor condition of the church. Thus, reconstruction, which had been discussed for many years, became absolutely essential.

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