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Take in a busker's tune or simply enjoy stunning views of the castle above and river below. Linking the Lesser Side with the Old Town, the pedestrian bridge's foundation stone was laid in 1357 ...
The oldest and most important square in historic Prague, dating from before the 12th Century, it was originally a marketplace where merchants from all over Europe gathered. The square ...
Located in the heart of Prague, this art gallery has a huge collection by leading artists from Russia, Georgia, Armenia, and Ukraine, and specializes in East European Art. Expect ...
To get to these gardens, you ride a cable car from street level to the top. Once up there, the Petrin Observation Tower, built in 1891 and modeled on the Eiffel Tower, affords a ...
The construction of St. Nicholas Church was finished in 1756 and it is truly one of the most magnificent baroque buildings in Prague. It features a dominant cupola and bell tower, as ...
The castle was originally the seat of Czech royalty and nobility but is now the residence and offices of the Czech President. However, President Masaryk updated and modernized the ...
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This fortress was established in the mid-10th Century and was the oldest seat of the Czech nobility. Charles IV built a system of walls linking Vysehrad with Nove ...
This huge edifice was built between 1929 and 1932 to commemorate the victory of General Jan Zizka and the Hussites in 1420 over the papal forces. It stretches awkwardly along a long, narrow hill in ...
There are modest displays on the life and works of the most famous of Czech composers, with his music ever-playing in the background. The charming upstairs hall ...
The cemetery has been the resting place of many Czech composers, artists, sculptors, writers and intellectuals since 1869 ...