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St. Vitus Cathedral

Prague Castle, Prague 1,

St. Vitus's Cathedral is the largest and the most important church in Prague. Apart from divine services the coronations of Czech kings and queens also took place in it. The remains of provincial patron saints, sovereigns, noblemen and archbishops are interred here.St. Vitus Cathedral is an architectural masterpiece, whose construction began in the 14th century and ended in the 20th century. Its towers can be seen from all over the Prague old centre.

Charles Bridge

Old Town, Prague 1,

Charles Bridge is a famous historical bridge that crosses the Vltava river. Its construction started in 1357 under the auspices of King Charles IV, and finished in the beginning of the 15th century. The bridge is 516 meters long and nearly 10 meters wide. It is protected by three bridge towers, two of them on the Lesser Quarter side and the third one on the Old Town side. 30 Baroque statues began to be placed on either side of the Bridge in the 17th century.

Vysehrad

V Pevnosti 159/5b, Prague 2,

Vyšehrad is a castle located in the Czech Republic, built in the 10th century, on a hill over the Vltava River. Situated within the castle is the Basilica of St Peter and St Paul, as well as the Vyšehrad Cemetery, containing the remains of many famous people from Czech history, among them Antonín Dvořák, Bedřich Smetana and Karel Čapek.

Prague Jewish Town and Old-New Synagogue

Červená 250/2, Prague 1,

The Jewish Quarter contains the remains of Prague's former Jewish ghetto.Old Jewish Cemetery founded in 1478, it is Europe's oldest surviving Jewish cemetery. People had to be buried on top of each other because of lack of space. There are about 12 layer and over 12,000 gravestones. Old-New Synagogue, built around 1270, it is the oldest working synagogue in Europe and one of Prague's earliest Gothic buildings.

Old Town Square

Old Town Square, Prague 1,

The Old Town Square with its ancient buildings and magnificent churches, this is one of the most beautiful historical sights in Europe. Dating back to the late 12th century, the Square started life as the central marketplace for Prague. Many buildings of Romanesque, Baroque and Gothic styles were erected around the market, each bringing with them many stories. At the centre of the Square is the Jan Hus statue, erected on the 6th July 1915 to mark the 500th anniversary of the reformer’s death.

National Museum

Václavské náměstí 1700/68, Prague 1,

The National museum - founded 1818, is institution intended to systematically establish, prepare and publicly exhibit natural scientific and historical collections. The National Museum at present contains several million items of material concerning the areas of mineralogy, paleontology, mycology, botany, entomology, zoology, anthropology; and also archeology which is mostly concerned with the period from Neolithic times to the 10th century CE.

Petrin View Tower

Újezd, Prague 5,

A small version of Paris's Eiffel Tower, Petrin Observation Tower was built in 1891 for the Jubilee Exhibition. The Observation Tower is set in landscaped gardens and the view over the Prague is magnificent.

Church of the Most Holly Heart of the Lord

Újezd, Prague 5,

A small version of Paris's Eiffel Tower, Petrin Observation Tower was built in 1891 for the Jubilee Exhibition. The Observation Tower is set in landscaped gardens and the view over the Prague is magnificent.

National Gallery

Újezd, Prague 5,

The National Gallery in Prague is housed in different locations within the city, the largest being the Veletrzní Palac. Its history dates back to the 18th century.The vast collection contains a large number of Czech and Slovak paintings and sculptures, including works by Guttfreund, Kupka, Fila, Benes and Bohumil Kubista. The international collection includes myriad works by Picasso, Rodin, Gauguin, Cezanne, Monet, Van Gogh, Renoir and Klimt among others.

Church of St. Nicholas

Újezd, Prague 5,

The National Gallery in Prague is housed in different locations within the city, the largest being the Veletrzní Palac. Its history dates back to the 18th century.The vast collection contains a large number of Czech and Slovak paintings and sculptures, including works by Guttfreund, Kupka, Fila, Benes and Bohumil Kubista. The international collection includes myriad works by Picasso, Rodin, Gauguin, Cezanne, Monet, Van Gogh, Renoir and Klimt among others.

National Theatre

Ostrovni 1, Prague 1, 11230

The National Theatre is the embodiment of the will of the Czech nation for its national identity and independence.Collections of money among the people facilitated its construction and laying of the foundation stone in 1868.Opened for the first time in 1881 to honour visit of crown prince Rudolf, building was inaugurated in 1883 with a performance of Smetana’s festive opera Libuse composed for this occasion.Today the National Theatre consists of three artistic ensembles – opera,ballet and drama.

Venceslas Square

Venceslas Square, Prague 1,

One of the main city squares and the centre of the business and cultural communities in the New Town of Prague. It is part of the historic centre of Prague, a World Heritage Site. Many historical events occurred there, and it is a traditional setting for demonstrations, celebrations, and other public gatherings. Formerly known as Koňský trh (Horse Market), for its periodic accommodation of horse markets during the Middle Ages, it was renamed after Saint Wenceslas, the patron saint of Bohemia.

State Opera

Legerova 75, Prague 1, 11000

The Prague State Opera resides in the building which on January 5th, 1888 was opened as a Prague German stage with the performance of Wagner´s opera, The Mastersingers of Nürnberg. In the 19th century, Prague Germans performed in the Estate´s Theatre in alternation with a Czech company.