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Uhelný trh 3 (The Coal Market Square)

Two-storey house At Three Steps, or also At Three Stairs. Originally Gothic, with preserved remains of Romanesque cellars, it was later rebuilt in the...

Memorial to Parents of Winton children (Jan Huňát)

In 1939, several trains with Jewish children left Prague, which was already occupied by the Germans. Trains headed to England, where the children survived...

Jan Palach (Barbora Veselá, Čestmír Houska, and Jiří Veselý)

In the spring of 1968, it seemed that we could have at least some political change - it was called "socialism with...

The Marian Column (Old Town Square, Staré město)

The Marian Column on the Old Town Square was built in 1650 as an acknowledgment for the victory...

St. Vitus Cathedral

The first sanctuary at this place was built in 926-30. This rotunda was destroyed by Prince Spytihněv after 1060 and then he...

Nicholas Winton (Flor Kent)

JAKUBThis man was another war hero, just like Oscar Schindler. His name was Nicholas Winton. KEVINDid he also save...

Havel`s Place (Bořek Šípek)

Havel’s Place is a memorial dedicated to Václav Havel. It comprises two chairs linked by a round table with a tree growing...

Idiom (Matěj Krén)

Infinitely from 8 thousand of books. Or Idiom. It is also called the Column of Knowledge - a column of 8,000 books...

Yellow Penguins in Kampa

If you are standing in Kampa and looking towards the National Theatre, a row of 34 yellow penguins will probably catch your...

Embryo (David Černý)

Na Zábradlí Theatre was established in 1958. It's named after the alley Na Zábradlí - and this...

Franz Kafka (David Černý)

Franz Kafka's revolving head is made of stainless steel, consists of 42 moving parts and the whole weighs 39 tons. It was...

Reader in an Armchair (Jaroslav Róna)

The statue of the Reader by Jaroslav Róna can be found just a short distance from the Old Town Square, at the...

Three Bronze Horses (Michal Gabriel)

Three bronze horses walk in shallow water on a square in the Dejvice district of Prague. Since 2008, they are walking from...

Two Armchairs (Alexandra Koláčková)

Kateřina Pospíšilová, garden architect: TWO ARMCHAIRS (high-fired clay)

Vyšehrad

Princess Libuse had once a dream that difficult times will come soon to her land. She decided to protect her people and ordered miners to find and bring her as much gold as they can. Then she took all that gold and hid it inside this hill. The only person she told where the treasure was hidden, was her husband Premysl. When they both died, the secret was lost forever.

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