THE Jewish Museum of Prague is housed in various sites across the city’s central Jewish quarter. A world-leading celebration of Judaic culture and history, the fascinating collection features more than 40,000 exhibits. Don’t miss the Pinkas Synagogue, dedicated to Holocaust victims; 80,000 names are inscribed on the walls of the main nave, a poignant reminder of those who suffered for their beliefs. Outside, some of the Old Jewish Cemetery’s ramshackle tombstones date from 1439. Museum tickets are about $15. Open daily, except Saturdays and Jewish holidays. More: jewishmuseum.cz.