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Monuments in Prague: here is a guide to Prague´s most famous sites, historical buildings, and monuments. Prague boasts a large number of notable buildings, magnificent landmarks, heritage sites and wonderful attractions. Find the information about all key sights in Prague, including the… More
Monuments in Prague: here is a guide to Prague´s most famous sites, historical buildings, and monuments. Prague boasts a large number of notable buildings, magnificent landmarks, heritage sites and wonderful attractions. Find the information about all key sights in Prague, including the Old Town Square, the Wenceslas square, the Prague castle, the Charles bridge, or the Jewish quarter. Discover more about the Czech republic´s heritage from our online guide to Prague. The category contains short descriptions of landmarks, as well as detailed information on opening hours, entrance fees, and services. Even if you have just a few days in Prague, make sure you do not miss the must-see sights and the most prominent monuments from our list. Less

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Wenceslas Square

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Wenceslas Square (Václavské náměstí), 750 meter long and 60 meter wide boulevard located in the New Town, is a vibrant business and cultural centre of the city lined with numerous hotels, restaurants, cafés, casinos, bars, exclusive shops and galleri More Info
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Tower Park Praha

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The Žižkov Television Tower is the tallest structure in Prague and one of the city’s most striking landmarks. More Info
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Charles bridge

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Bohemian king and Holy Roman emperor Charles IV started the construction of this famous historical bridge in 1357 and finished in the beginning of the 15th century. More Info
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Infant Jesus of Prague

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The Infant Jesus of Prague (Czech: Pražské Jezulátko) is a Roman Catholic wax-coated wooden statue of child Jesus holding a globus cruciger, with a wooden base and a silver erector. More Info
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Municipal House

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Municipal house (Obecní Dům), an important Art Nouveau landmark and concert hall, is located close to the Old Town and Wenceslas Square and right next to the Powder Tower (Prašná Brána). More Info
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Old Town square

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The Old Town square (Staroměstské náměstí), one of the most notable squares in Prague, was founded in the 10th century and functioned as a marketplace. More Info
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Powder Tower

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Dating back to 1475, Powder Tower (Prašná brána) is one of the oldest gothic city gates and an entrance to the Old Town. It is 65 meters high and the staircare, which leads to the gallery, has 186 steps. More Info
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Prague Castle

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The Prague Castle, a significant Czech landmark and a UNESCO World Heritage site, is an impressive complex of palaces, churches and buildings. More Info
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The Jewish quarter

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The Jewish quarter (Josefov – Joseph´s city) was named after Josef II., a holy Roman emperor, whose reforms (Toleration Edict from 1871) helped to improve the living conditions of the Jewish. More Info
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Vyšehrad

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The old fortress, originally the Medieval castle, Vyšehrad, founded in the second half of the 10th century and used as the seat of Bohemian kings, is located on a hill just above the river Vltava, not far away from the town centre. More Info
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Rudolfinum

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Rudolfinum (1884) is a concert hall and an art gallery, which is located on the right bank of the Vltava river, at Jan Palach Square. This beautiful neo-renaissance building was designed by architect Josef Zítek and his student Josef Schulz. More Info
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The National Theatre (Národní divadlo)

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The National Theatre, resides in an impressive neo-renaissance building, situated on the right bank of the Vltava river. It features three artistic ensembles – Drama, Opera and Ballet. More Info