Tag: Staré Město

The Smallest House in Prague

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

iMucha 2020

The most famous collection of posters and other works by Alphonse Mucha, the foundations of which were laid by former world No....

Death-mask of Jan Palach (Olbram Zoubek)

The monument to Jan Palach at the place where he self-immolated is one of four places in Prague that commemorates the remembrance...

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...

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...

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...

Embryo (David Černý)

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

Country Life (Staré Město)

On the lane between Wenceslas Square and Old Town Square, there is a vegan restaurant Country Life in Melantrichova Street. It`s the...

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...

Café DAMU (Staré Město)

Karlova Street is one of the most well-known streets in Prague. Every visitor to Prague needs to walk this street because it...

Týnská Literary Café (Staré Město)

Do you want to enjoy a common Prague cafe - a common in the best sense of the word? A cafe where...

Crème de la Crème (Staré Město)

The Creme de la Creme ice cream parlor is one of the best in Prague. You can find their ice cream in...

How About Having Dinner on Charles Bridge?

How about having dinner on Charles Bridge?

Customs Duty, Ramparts and Happy Evenings in Pubs

Thousands of carts carried goods from around the world to Ungelt in the 12th century, and in the evening its pubs heard merchant stories from around the world.

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