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Take an inside look at the new Apple Museum in Prague
It's a unique exhibition of Apple products, 1976 - 2012, featuring 472 exhibits on display, from the Apple I to the first iPod, as well as vintage memorabilia and even Steve Jobs' iconic black turtleneck.
The museum is in a renovated historical building on the corner of Husova and Karlova Streets, which has a cellar dating back the 14th century.
According to Apple's philosophy the design of the museum was kept clean and simple.
Thanks to the Reddit user Eirunning85 who was kind enough to post some pictures from his visit.
The exterior windows of the Apple Museum are decorated with quotes from Steve Jobs and one unknown origin quote for Jobs. - "Three apples changed the world. The first tempted Eve, the second inspired Newton, and the third was offered to the world half eaten by Steve Jobs".
The museum's first room is dedicated to the first computer Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak ever built in 1976. The Apple I exhibit also includes an original operation manually signed by Woz.
The exhibit also includes Apple Lisa which was expensive, costing almost $10,000 in 1983, only 100,000 were ever made.
Though not all the Apple products are in display but there is something like an Apple's product family tree which covers everything.
The Macintosh 120k was launched in 1984 and despite being technologically advanced, it wasn't a commercial success.
There is also a vintage memorabilia signed photo of Apple's original dream team.
Steve Jobs signature style, a black turtleneck, a pair of blue jeans and sneakers is also on displa
Visitors can get an entire tour guide via their iPhones, as the museum has a dedicated mobile site with information on all the products on displays.
Newton eMate 300 - A touch screen laptop with a stylus and built-in keyboard
The very first iPod with a 3.5mm headphone jack and a bulky built.
iPod's Family Tree
The gallery is not just about Apple's products but also about the man behind them, Steve Jobs. There are memorabilia from the time when Steve was working with NeXT and Pixar.
Steve Jobs's business card, when he served as president of NeXT.
iPhone - One of the most successful Apple products of all time.
Jobs on the cover of time magazine over & over again
The entry cost to the museum is around 11 Euros and the proceedings are donated to charity.
There are also plans to have a veg. Restaurant which will serve foods that were Jobs's favourite.
Now all this gives Apple fans all the more reasons to rejoice and probably even relive that era of revolution from the very beginning.