The historic heart of medieval Prague is Prague Old Town (Staré Město), centered on one of the most beautiful squares in Europe – Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí). It is constantly crowded with visitors enjoying impressive display of Gothic and Baroque architecture, and some of the most iconic sights of…View more
St. Vitus Cathedral – Saints Vitus, Wenceslaus and Adalbert Metropolitan Cathedral is Prague's Roman Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral, the archbishop's seat of Prague. The cathedral was devoted to Saint Vitus until 1997 and is still frequently referred to only as the Cathedral of Saint Vitus. Quick facts Name: St. Vitus Cathedral…View more
Golden Lane is a street situated in Prague Castle, Czech Republic. Originally built in the 16th century, to house Rudolf II's castle guards, it takes its name from the goldsmiths that lived there in the 17th century. The houses on Golden Lane are small and were built in the 1950s,…View more
Located in the New Town ("Nové Msto") district of Prague, Wenceslas Square (in Czech: "Václavské náměstí”" or "Václavák") is a 700-meter-long and 60-meter-wide promenade. Because of its original function, the area was referred to as "Horse Market" ("Koňský trh") in the past. The current name alludes to the fact that…View more
Prague Castle is actually a castle complex constructed in the 9th century in Prague, Czech Republic. It is the Czech Republic President's formal office. The castle was a power seat for Bohemian kings, Holy Roman emperors, and Czechoslovak presidents. Quick facts Name: Prague Castle Location: Prague, Czech Republic Built 9th…View more
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