Prague Things to Do

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    View of Old Town from Charles Bridge
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    View from Petrin Park
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  • 76. Namesty Republiky

    This square (Namesti Republiky in Czech) has two main attractions the Powder tower and the Municipal house. The tower are the remmants of a 15th century gate into the old city. The Municipal House is...

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  • 77. Church of Saint Henry

    Kostel sv. Jindricha a Kunhuty (the Church of St. Henry and St. Cunigunde) was built in 1348 in Gothic style. It was founded by Emperor Charles IV as the main parochial church of the New Town. In 1529...

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  • 78. Powder Tower

    In an historical context, the Powder Tower is one of Prague’s most important medieval monuments. This is the place where royal coronation processions would commence. It is also the beginning and end...

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  • 79. Charles Square

    Charles Sqaure is located in Prague New Town. It was founded in the 14th century and was originally called “The Big Marketplace” (Forum Magnum). It's the largest square in Prague. There is a legend...

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  • 80. Church of St. Francis

    Church of St. Francis of Assisi is an Early Baroque church with a monumental brick dome which was built in 1679-89. There are underground rooms with a chapel beneath the church. St. Francis Church...

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  • 81. Christmas Markets

    Christmas markets are not just about shopping. In the Old Town Square children can stroke sheep, goats and even a lama. There is also a Bethlehem manger scene - a large wooden stable replete with...

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  • 82. Powder Gate

    Prašna Brana (the Powder Gate) is one of thr original city gates, leading into the Old Town. The Old Town of Prague used to have 13 city gates but only a few survived. The tower dating back to the...

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  • 83. Archbishop's Palace

    The Archbishop's Palace is a beautiful Rococo palace located in Castle Square. This Palace has been the seat of Prague’s archbishop's and the archdiocese administration since 1562, and still is. ...

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  • 84. House of the Black Madonna

    House of the Black Madonna is apart of the National Gallery. Inside you can view cubist works from Czech and European artists. The buliding its self is a must see. It's a cubist structure designed by...

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  • 85. Charles University

    Czech Universita Karlova (University of Prague) was founded in 1348 by the Holy Roman emperor Charles IV of Luxembourg (hence its name). It was the first university in central Europe and modelled on...

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  • 86. Ceremonial Hall

    Ceremonial Hall is known from 16th century, later Rococo façade was created. In other words, this place is called Jewish Town Hall. Construction of building was funded by Jewish Town mayor...

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  • 87. Maisel Synagogue

    On one of my many walks, I came across the Maisel Synagogue. It was built between 1590 - 1592 during the reign of the Habsburg Emperor Rudolf II. The Mayor of the Jewish Town, Mordechai Maisel, had...

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  • 88. Jindrisska Tower

    Jindrišska vez (Jindrisska Tower), constructed in 1472 to 1476, dates from the late Gothic era of Prague. Following a big fire in 1745 it was rebuilt in the Baroque style, and finally in 1870 it was...

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  • 89. Jubilee Synagogue

    Jubilee Synagogue (Czech: Jubilejní synagoga), also known as the Jerusalem Synagogue, is a synagogue in Prague, Czech Republic. It also known as the Jerusalem Synagogue because of its location on...

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  • 90. Church of St. Salvatore

    St. Salvator Church is a part of the oldest Czech Jesuit College, the Clementinum. The Church was originally built by the Jesuits in the Gothic style between 1578-1601, although now there are Baroque...

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  • 91. Church of Our Lady of the Snow

    Despite this church is not so much among Prague travel guides, but it is worth to see. Actually it was planned to be the second biggest church in Czech land after St. Vitus Cathedral, but plan was...

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  • 92. Bohemian Glass Factory

    “Scratch a Czech and find a musician.” — an old Czech adage WHIMSY AMONGST THE COMMONPLACE Bohemian glass has been world famous for centuries. Some of the designs are stellar; others are quite tacky....

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  • 93. Church of the Holy Saviour

    Clementinum Complex nearby Charles Bridge is a big and famous religious complex in Prague – one of its parts is Church of the Holy Saviour. Church is late Gothic style. Long time ago it was used as...

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  • 94. Jewish Town

    When I first set eyes on this building, I though it was part of a Castle, I never expected it to be a Ceremonial Hall. The building was built in 1912 and was given to the Jewish Burial Society. It was...

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  • 95. Bertramka Museum

    Due to the change of Museum "owner" Villa Bertramka does not have proper exposition about Mozart and his friends Dusek family. You can see premises and there are two borrowed temporary expositions -...

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  • 96. Karlovo Namesti

    Karlovo Namesti is the administrative and commercial centre of Nove Mesto (the New Town) which is - unlike you might guess from the name - not so new. It was founded by Emperor Karl/Charles IV (thus...

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  • 97. Julius Zeyer Monument

    This is the statue of Czech poet and writer, Julius Zeyer, who was born in 1841. He has plenty of respect in local people's eye. The statue is very interesting, with cave looking impression,...

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  • 98. Nerudova Street

    Even if our first thought would be the writer Pablo Neruda, the street is named by the writer of the 19th century Jan Neruda and it was Pablo Neruda who took his name from him (and Pablo from Pablo...

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  • 99. Art Nouveau

    The Europa Hotel on Wenceslas square is a truly beautiful place to take afternoon tea. There was a a piano player playing while we were there which added to the charm. The rich art nouveau building...

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  • 100. Holy Cross Chapel

    Holy Cross Chapel was built in 1760 by Anselmo Lurago and redecorated in Neo-Baroque style during the 19th century. Afterwards it was for a long time used to store the treasures of St.Vitus, but it...

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