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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...

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...

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...

Kožná Street

Kožná Street is one of those that connects the "arteries of tourism", but they themselves are essentially aside of interest. So while every visitor...

House of Johannes Kepler

The House at the French Crown has one entrance to Karlova Street, just before Charles Bridge. If you enter, you will reach a courtyard...

Jindřišská Tower

I think everyone knows the Jindřišská Tower. It`s one of Prague's most famous towers. But only a few people know that it was built...

“For the truth.”

Jan Hus preached in the Bethlehem Chapel from 1402 to 1413. In the 18th century, the chapel was in a desolate state,...

Six Tunnels under the National Theater

There are six tunnels under the National Theater. Two of them are older than the theater itself and were there even before the construction...

Aula Magna

Charles University is the oldest university in Europe north of Italy and east of Paris - it was founded in the 14th century. (At...

V Kotcích Street

V Kotcích Street is today an incomprehensibly forgotten street in the very center of Prague. Half a minute's walk from Wenceslas Square and a...

About the Medieval Toilet over the Heads of Dining Guests

Charles Bridge is terminated on both sides by towers. The Old Town Bridge Tower and two Lesser Town Bridge Towers. The minor...

Church of St. Peter

Church of St. Peter in Biskupská Street. It was built as a Romanesque basilica in the middle of the 12th century, as the...

The Oldest Traffic Sign in Prague

Platýz Palace is a relatively large complex of buildings between Národní třída and Uhelný trh (Coal Market). It`s accessible from both directions...

Church of the Most Sacred Heart of Our Lord at George

The Church of the Most Sacred Heart of Our Lord at George of Poděbrady Square (náměstí Jiřího z Poděbrad) at Vinohrady was built between...

Chotek Gardens

Chotek Gardens (Chotkovy sady), adjoining Queen Anne's Summer Palace (also called Belvedere), are almost its exact opposite. The sun shines in the garden of...

The Smallest House in Prague

The smallest house in Prague is in Anežská Street. It was built in 1853, in a narrow...

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