PATRIA NOSTRA AWARD 2020
Awards for our work. GEMA ART received the PATRIA NOSTRA AWARD 2020 for the renovation of the Kristiánov Monument House No. 52 with the exposition of the "Glass Settlement Kristiánov" museum and the creation of an attractive excursion place in the Jizera Mountains.
The originally Gothic Bethlehem Chapel, is notable for its connection with the origins of the Bohemian Reformation and personage of John Huss (1372-6 July 1415) rector and preacher.
The Osečany Chateau is located in the village of the same name in the Central Bohemian Region. The chateau is privately owned and since 1958 is a preserved cultural heritage registered in the Central List of Real Cultural Monuments of the Czech Republic. The subject of heritage protection is the whole chateau complex with...
The Sázava Monastery is one of the most significant preserved architectural landmarks from the time of the Přemyslid rule in Bohemia. The monument was founded in the 11th century by st. Prokop who turned the monastery into a center of Slavic liturgy and education during his life. Nowadays the monastery is administered to the...
Veltrusy Castle, Historic objects in the Castle Park
Restoration of the objects damaged by the flood in different parts of the Castle Park in the area of the State Chateau Veltrusy was the subject of these contractual works.
Palace Gardens, Prague Castle
Preservation of the complex of the hanging gardens under the Prague Castle includes partly the Ledeburg Garden, Small and Large Palffyand Garden and Salla Terrena in the Prater of the Ledenburg Garden.
Prophet Nahum Shrine, Iraq
The work of the project of Rescue and Restoration of complex of the Prophet's Tomb shrine commenced in January 2018. The first phase of the project was focused on the implementation of the survey and its evaluation for the next procedure.
The subject of the reconstruction is the restoration of the original monumental architectural design of the interior of the Theatre hall in the form before 1802, including the addition of the missing parts of the gallery, and opening of walled passages at the ground floor of the hall...