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Jaroslav Ježek and Orchestra Too Many Saxophones

The Scout Institute in Prague's Kampa is a pleasant, quiet place. Although Kampa island is a very popular area, only those who...

Satisfied Elderly Couple

This older couple was so clearly in a good mood and contented with life that I asked...

The House Where the Water Sprites Lived

The video shows Mr. Wassermann, the head of the Vltava water sprites, saying goodbye to his family. He then slips into the...

Charles IV

The statue of Charles IV on Křížovnické Square was to be unveiled in 1848 on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the foundation...

Fountain with non-existent animals

Peace Square is one of the most beautiful squares in Prague - and not only thanks to the Church of St. Ludmila or the...

Ferry Výtoň

Prague public transport also includes six ferry lines. Some run all year round, some from April to October. The boat intervals are from 10...

Heydrich’s Curve

The castle in the photo is the clinic of pneumology and thoracic surgery at the Bulovka Hospital. The grey...

The Pink Tank (David Černý)

Today's Kinsky Square in Smichov was called the Square of Soviet Tankers during the totalitarian era. And lest we doubt it, there was a...

Memorial to the Victims of Communism

The Memorial to the Victims of Communism at the foot of Petřín is the work of sculptor Olbram Zoubek and was unveiled in May...

Prague under the water

When you're in Kampa and you buy mulled wine in the Bruncvík bistro under the arch of Charles Bridge, notice the lines with the...

Night Walk Around Prague Castle

It is exactly 1.5 kilometers from the Loreto to...

The Pub Has Been Here Since 1642

The Na slamníku pub has been known since the Middle Ages. So when you go for a walk in Stromovka, you can...

Heart for Václav Havel

Until 2016, the area between the National Theater, the New Stage and the National Theater's operating building was called the National Theater...

About Prague That Has Long Disappeared

At the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, 500 houses were demolished during the redevelopment in Prague, which made areas of Prague more modern, cleaner and safer.

U Stýblů Passage

The passage of the functionalist "U Stýblů" Palace was famous in three ways. The largest Alfa cinema in Prague was located here, with a...

Franciscan Garden

The Franciscan Garden was founded in 1347 as the fruit and vegetable garden of the Franciscan monastery.

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