Wenceslas Square, Prague

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Vaclavske namesti
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    Wenceslas SquareVaclavske...

    by kenbac Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Wenceslas Square
    Vaclavske namesti
    A huge wide boulevard, not a square at all. Full of a great mix of architecture.
    Loads of cafes and shops Always seems to be active. If it were possible for a City to have two hubs, here would share the honour with the Old Town Square.
    A place you will be able to spend considerable time.
    Made Globally famous in 1968 and again in 1989 as the main venue in the struggle for democracy

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    In the back is the National...

    by europebn Written Aug 24, 2002

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    In the back is the National Museum, and this street is large and contains numerous stores for your shopping delight. I found comfort in just sitting on a bench in the middle and observing the Czech people.

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    Václavské Námesti

    by Bigs Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Another historical place of Prague is this long square in the center and every tourist will cross it sooner or later. The biggest demonstrations against the communism leaders took place here in the late sixties. The horse monument for the holy Vaclava remembers of the first Czechoslovakian Republic from 1918.

    Address: Václavské Námesti

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    Havelske Trziste

    by solopes Updated Mar 17, 2015

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    Near Wenceslas square and Narodni museum, this small street market is a nice stop, with several products available. Being with women...

    Address: Vaclavske namesti

    Directions: Metro line C station Narodni muzeum or line A station Mustek.

    Website: http://www.vaclavak.cz/

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    Wenceslas Square

    by Jim_Eliason Updated Dec 7, 2013

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    Much more a major avenue like the Champs Elysse than a mere square this is the center of the new town. Its about 8 blocks of shops and restaraunts with the National Museum anchoring one side.

    Address: Vaclavske namesti

    Directions: Metro line C station Narodni muzeum or line A station Mustek.

    Website: http://www.vaclavak.cz/

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    architecture

    by doug48 Written Jun 19, 2008

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    wenceslas square has a number of buildings of architectural interest. pictured are cubist statues on the top of a building at wesceslas square and na prikope street.

    Address: Vaclavske namesti

    Directions: Metro line C station Narodni muzeum or line A station Mustek.

    Website: http://www.vaclavak.cz/

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    Unorthodox sculpture

    by betako3 Written Mar 21, 2008

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    This sculpture decorates the department store called Lucerna situated at one of the side streets of Wenceslaus Square. I read about it on VT and I'm glad I saw it because the sculpture is fun to see.

    Address: Vaclavske namesti

    Directions: Metro line C station Narodni muzeum or line A station Mustek.

    Website: http://www.vaclavak.cz/

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    Wenceslas statue-Josef Vaclav Myslbek

    by BruceDunning Written Nov 11, 2007

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    The statue is of Josef Vaclav Myslbek, so famous, the street is named after him also. He overlooks the 3 block long main part of the street, with further walking off a split area down at the end.

    Staind tall-really sitting- on the horse BAckside view
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    There's an Xmas Song about this Dude, Isn't There?

    by thebeatsurrender Written Jul 4, 2007

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    In Wenceslas Square you can view a statue of Mr. Slas himself, high on his horse and ready to battle some pagans or what have you.

    Address: Vaclavske namesti

    Directions: Metro line C station Narodni muzeum or line A station Mustek.

    Website: http://www.vaclavak.cz/

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    Bustling City Center With Tourists And Shopping

    by Husker_Jeff Written Nov 28, 2006

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    We enjoyed our time at Wenceslaus Square, window shopping and watching the tourists from all over the world. Wenceslaus feels more like a "downtown" area than any other part of Prague.

    Address: Vaclavske namesti

    Directions: Metro line C station Narodni muzeum or line A station Mustek.

    Website: http://www.vaclavak.cz/

    Wenceslaus Square From The Statue Statue At Wenceslaus Square National Museum

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  • Nice long stretch of life

    by Maideneer Written May 1, 2006

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    Simply walking up and down and really in the center of the 'square' was good enough for me. Visit Jagr's Sports Bar which is right off one of the streets.

    Address: Vaclavske namesti

    Directions: Metro line C station Narodni muzeum or line A station Mustek.

    Website: http://www.vaclavak.cz/

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    The New Town

    by cfuentesm Written Feb 12, 2006

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    The new town is an historic place but not the nicest one of Prague. Remains of the communist area are visible and the area is not as well kept as others. Still, a must because of its history.

    Nove Mesto Ministervo Grand Hotel Europa Area sculptures
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    Wenceslas Square

    by vesna04 Updated Oct 2, 2005

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    Wenceslas Square is long and wide square dominating with the National Museum on the top. It is shopers paradise, packed with shops, galeries, restaurants...I loved it at night.

    Address: Vaclavske namesti

    Directions: Metro line C station Narodni muzeum or line A station Mustek.

    Website: http://www.vaclavak.cz/

    the view from the Museum

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    Wenceslas Square

    by tafurojo Written Feb 21, 2005

    Wenceslas Square is Prague's main strip for hotels, shops, bars and restuarants. The National Museum sits at the top of the square.

    Address: Vaclavske namesti

    Directions: Metro line C station Narodni muzeum or line A station Mustek.

    Website: http://www.vaclavak.cz/

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    lots of activity

    by MacDaddie Written Dec 26, 2004

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    Can take the Metro (to Mustek) to the square or simply walk from Old Town Square. Lots of retail and one of the centers of life in Prague.

    Address: Vaclavske namesti

    Directions: Metro line C station Narodni muzeum or line A station Mustek.

    Website: http://www.vaclavak.cz/

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