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Prague has long been known for its garnet, Bohemian crystal, textiles, ceramics, wooden toys and antikvariat, stores that specialize in antique books, engravings and stamps. Since the Velvet Revolution, however, it has also started producing some interesting and innovative design. Parízská Street, in the Jewish Quarter, boasts international luxury labels like Dior and Vuitton. Some interesting boutiques, though, can be found on the smaller nearby streets and others off Wenscelas Square. For dedicated shoppers, the following stores can be mapped out by interest or neighborhood.

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