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    Obecní dům – The Municipal House of Prague

    Right next to the Powder Tower and right in the city center you find the Municipal House of Prague. At the site of the former residence of kings, it now serves as a venue for various exhibitions, concerts and events. The Municipal House is also the seat of the Prague Symphony Orchestra and venue of […] More

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    The Jewish Museum – Prague

    The Jewish Museum in Prague is one of the oldest continuously existing Jewish museums in the world. Founded in 1905, the museum has set itself the task of documenting Jewish customs in Bohemia and preserving valuable artifacts from decay and destruction. The museum exists in several places in Prague and includes different synagogues and sights. […] More

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    The Klementinum – History in the Middle of Prague

    The large building complex of the Klementinum in the middle of Prague’s Old Town looks back on a long history and today houses the National Library of the Czech Republic (Národní knihovna České republiky) and several scientific institutes. It is located near the Charles Bridge and played an important role in the history of weather […] More

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    The National Theater (Národní Divadlo)

    The National Theatre by night

    The National Theater is one of Prague’s most distinctive buildings. It is located in Prague’s New Town and borders the waterfront of the Vltava River. This makes it hard to overlook the building when walking past. Even at night it is illuminated in golden light. The National Theater is considered the prestigious stage of the […] More

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    The Prague-Metro – Underground

    Lights in the underground

    This is nothing for people with claustrophobia. The visitors of Prague can notice it immediately: the Prague Metro is extremely deep “underground”. Due to the conditions of the ground, many stations in the city center had to be built very far underground, creating the characteristic seemingly endless escalators. The station Náměstí Míru is even the […] More

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    The Vltava and its Islands

    The Vltava has had immense significance for the development of Prague. For a long time, the city’s location on the river was important for trade and traffic. Through the good connection to the rest of Europe, Prague could become the splendid city it is today. Even today,  the Vltava gives the capital a very special […] More

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    The Metronome and the Letná Park

    The 25m high and 7 ton heavy metronome in Letná Park in Prague has been “in tact” since its establishment in 1991 and allows a magnificent view of the city. But even from the old town you can see the metronome and if you lose your beat, it will find your rhythm again. It is […] More

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    Old Town Square- The most visited Square of Prague

    Starting as a marketplace in the 11th century, the Old Town Square became one of the most significant squares in the country in 12th century. The Old Town Square continues its significant role today as one of the most visited tourist locations in the Czech Republic. The square offers the opportunity to visit numerous historical […] More

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    St. Nicholas Church -famous Baroque church

    Prague’s most famous Baroque church, the St. Nicholas Church, is located in the middle of the Lesser Town Square. It should not be confused with St. Nicholas Church on the Old Town Square. The church on the Lesser Town is one of the most magnificent of its kind. History of the Baroque Church The former […] More

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    The Old Royal Palace at Prague Castle

    The Old Royal Palace was once the ruling seat of the Bohemian kings. It was built in 1135 in the right part of Prague Castle, just above the Wall Gardens, and served its original purpose until the 16th century. Even today you can visit the palace and gain an impression of bygone times. Today, mainly […] More

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    The Wenceslas Square – boulevard square

    The width of 60m and the length of 700m make the Wenceslas Square look like a boulevard rather than an actual square. It forms the center of Prague and it is – due to its length – one of the largest squares in Europe. On this square, history was made several times throughout the 20th […] More

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    The Dancing House (Tančící dům)

    The dancing house, built by the Canadian and Czech architects Frank Gehry and Vlado Milunic´, has symbolized hope and progress since it was finished in 1996, when the young republic was freshly formed after many years of communism. The dancing couple, which the house symbolizes, is the first architectural sign of modernism in Prague after […] More

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