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The Site for TAC 2011: St. Anna’s Church
The site for the competition is Prague Crossroads, formerly St Anna's church, which will also be the site of the Architecture Section at PQ 2011.
St. Anna's is an important landmark in the cultural heritage of Prague and is a protected building. It was originally built as a gothic church, and has since been adapted to other uses.
It is now used as a cultural centre in Prague, which is owned by The National Theatre, and is operated under the title of 'Prague Crossroads' by The Dagmar and Vaclav Havel Foundation VIZE 97, to promote the crossroads of different cultural influences, intersecting in Prague over the centuries.
St. Anna's is therefore a space with a high cultural significance, acting as a focus for cultural forces in Prague.
The prize winning entries and a selection of other entries will be exhibited in the building, during PQ 2011, giving them a special resonance with their setting and a prominent place within this prestigious international exhibition.
Competitors are invited, at their own cost, to visit Prague during PQ 2011 to experience the architecture exhibition and see the real site. Visitors will also have the opportunity to participate in design workshops on theatre architecture and other related topics, which will be organized during PQ 2011, as part of the event. Further details of events will be available later on the PQ website.
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