100 Sights in Hlavní město Praha, Czechia (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Hlavní město Praha, Czechia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 100 sights are available in Hlavní město Praha, Czechia.

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1. Dům matky

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Home of the Suicide and Home of the Mother of Suicide are works of art on the boundaries of sculpture and architecture by American architect John Heduk. They dedicated their memory to John Palachi, who had 16. He burns at the top of Vaclav Square in Prague in January 1969. Inspired by a poem by David Shapiro, Hejduk became the funeral of John Palachi in 1969. The sculpture was first performed in 1986-1990 by a group of students at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, led by James Villamson, and placed in the institute's lobby. In September 1991, during a visit to Prague, Johann Kheduk donated sculptures to President Vaclav Havel and the Czechoslovak people. On this occasion, their wooden niches were built on Prague Castle, from where they were demolished after 2000. Since then, people have considered the final location of the sculpture many times, for example, on the campus of 6 Czech Technical University in Prague. They were eventually made from steel until 2015 and are located on Prague's Alsh waterfront. The square plan of the two buildings is 2.7 meters long at the edge and 7.3 meters high including peaks. 16. In January 2016, accompanied by Hejduk's daughter Renata.

Wikipedia: Dům sebevraha a Dům matky sebevraha (CS)

2. Rokoska

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Rokoska is a homestead in Prague 8, Libeň. Of the original buildings, only the Rococo chateau standing on the ridge of a high hill has been preserved, to which the homestead was rebuilt in the last quarter of the 18th century by its then owner Prokop Gindely. According to other sources, however, the author of the reconstruction is the Prague burgher J. Štembera. In the vicinity of the building there used to be scattered vineyards, which were later combined into one whole. After 1836, J. Lendecke bought the building and turned it into a sugar factory. From 1890 there was a poorhouse in the building. In 1903 the chateau was bought by the Prague municipality and a municipal governess was established there. With regard to the need for larger premises for the governess, the construction of the educational centre building east of the chateau began in 1907, to which the nursery later moved.

Wikipedia: Rokoska (CS)

3. Vávrova vyhlídka

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The Branice Rocks are a natural monument in Prague-Braník, which was declared on April 29, 1968. and is registered in the central list of the AOPK CR under the number 28. The Branické Rocks form the western slope of the Dobeška Hill with a former quarry on the right bank of the Vltava River in Braník, near the Přístaviště public transport stop. They are bordered on the east by Na Dobešce Street, on the west by Modřanská Street, on the north by Vysoká cesta Street and on the south by the Old Way, which separates them from Školní vrch. The protected area occupies an area of 9.1 hectares at an altitude of between 190 and 264 m above sea level and includes Školní vrch and the Branické Rocks themselves with the Dobeška Forest Park. The protected area is administered by the Prague City Hall.

Wikipedia: Branické skály (CS)

4. Nalezení svatého Kříže

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The Baroque Church of the Holy Cross and St. Helena is located in Prague-Stodůlky in the part called Háje, outside the built-up area, on the southern side of the railway line 122 between the Stop Praha-Stodůlky and the Prague-Zličín Railway Station, about 150 meters west of the railway bridge across Jeremiášova Street, above the Bílý Beránek bus stop in Za Hájčím Dvorcem Street south of Pod viaduktem Street, the development of which has a back side on the opposite side of the railway line. Around the temple leads gravel path from Jeremiášova Street to the gardening settlement and to the courtyard of Háje. From the Grove Court leads to the temple of communication. The temple is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic.

Wikipedia: Kaple Nalezení svatého Kříže (Praha) (CS)

5. Místo letecké nehody 1975

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Místo letecké nehody 1975
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Inex-Adria Aviopromet Flight 450, JP 450, was an international charter flight from Tivat in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia to Prague, Czechoslovakia which crashed in the Prague suburb of Suchdol on October 30, 1975, at 09:20 AM. The McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 with 115 passengers and 5 crew onboard descended, under Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC), below defined Minimum Descent Altitude (MDA) during the final approach to Prague Ruzyně Airport RWY 25, entered a gorge above Vltava river, and was unable to out-climb the rising terrain. The crash killed 75 of the 120 occupants. The accident remains the worst aviation disaster on the Czech Republic soil.

Wikipedia: Inex-Adria Aviopromet Flight 450 (EN)

6. Křižovnické náměstí

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Křižovnické náměstí Wizzard / Public domain

Křižovnické Square in Prague is situated on the Old Town (right) bank of the Vltava River in the immediate vicinity of the Charles Bridge on the Royal Route. It is one of the smallest squares in Prague, yet it ranks among the most visited places in the capital. In the Middle Ages, an arm of the Vltava River flowing through here separating křižovnický island, from which an arch was vaulted to the Old Town bank in the 19th century, thus increasing the area of the square by the area next to the bridge tower. The island, like the square, is named after the monastery of the Knights of the Cross on the north side of the square, which partially stands on this island.

Wikipedia: Křižovnické náměstí (CS)

7. Malá Pálffyovská zahrada

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Malá Pálffyovská zahrada Photo by Mr. Kjetil Ree. / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Pálffy Garden is located in Prague's Lesser Town below the Castle. In the north it is adjacent to the garden Na Valech, in the south it is connected to the building of the Pálffy Palace. It is bordered by the Ledebour Garden to the west and the Kolowrat Garden to the east. It is a Baroque garden founded by Anna Maria of Füstenberk in 1751. It bears the name of Count Eduard Pálffy of Erdöd, who in 1881 bought the palace now called Pálffyovský. Functionally, it is divided into Small and Large. Today, the garden is part of a paid exhibition of palace gardens. Together with the Pálffy Palace, it is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic.

Wikipedia: Malá Pálffyovská zahrada (CS)

8. Divadlo Na zábradlí

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The Theatre on the Balustrade is situated in Prague, Czech Republic. The theatre was founded in 1958. Its founders - Helena Philipová, Ivan Vyskočil, Jiří Suchý and Vladimír Vodička named their professional theatre after a street leading from the square to the river. Its first production, a musical collage titled If a Thousand Clarinets, was premiered on 9 December 1958. Three months later Ladislav Fialka and his mime group joined the company with their production Pantomime on the Balustrade, and brought back fame to the almost forgotten theatre genre. Drama and mime companies coexisted at the theatre till Fialka's death in 1991.

Wikipedia: Theatre on the Balustrade (EN)

9. U Jákobova žebříku

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The Staircase Church in U Jakob is a sacred building of the Kobylis Church of the Czech Brotherhood Evangelical Church, built in Kobylis, north of Prague, in the gardens of U š kolsk é. Its construction was planned at a time of political detente in the late 1960s. Century was a substitute for dissatisfaction, and prayed temporarily until then. The architect of the building is š vecarErnstGisel and its inauguration was held in 1971. Then, in 1995 and 2001, the building was rebuilt and rebuilt on the advice of Czech architects Radovan Schaufler and Jakub Roskovec, during which a bell tower with two clocks was built near the church.

Wikipedia: Kostel U Jákobova žebříku (CS)

10. Botanická zahrada Malešice

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The Male š ice Botanical Garden is one of three important botanical gardens in Prague. It was originally developed as a park for Jirask Villa. Located on the southwest side of Mount Malesice Tabor, in a small part of the region, which is located in Prague District 9. This botanical garden belongs to a secondary horticultural school in Jarov, which is mainly related to horticultural apprenticeship school. The manager of the botanical garden is Jaroslav Cuba. The gardens are open to the public free of charge until 2019, only on days of teaching in schools, and are available every day from 2020, between May and October.

Wikipedia: Botanická zahrada Malešice (CS)

11. svatý Jan Nepomucký

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svatý Jan Nepomucký ABC2 / Public domain

The Roman Catholic Church of St. John Nebomutsky in Prague, located at the intersection of U Matüje and Star é streets, is the only one of 12 early Baroque chapels preserved. Half of 17. Century of pilgrimage from rose to holy church. Mataiye. The church underwent major modifications in 1876. It ends on the 90th. 20. In the 20th century, a reconstruction without monument organs was carried out in the church to reconstruct today's appearance, in which classical stucco decoration was removed. Chrome and gold-plated wooden statue of John Nebomuk, from 18. For a century, a small niche was stored on a farm.

Wikipedia: Kaple svatého Jana Nepomuckého (Dejvice) (CS)

12. Libeňská vodárenská věž

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Libeňská vodárenská věž Feťour / Public domain

The Libeň Water Tower at the intersection of today's Davídkova and Na Slovance streets in Prague was built in 1904 by František Schlaffer. It was part of the water supply system fed from the Káraný water source and supplied drinking water to the lower part of Libeň. It ceased to fulfill its role at the end of the sixties of the 20th century. The tower in the style of a Dutch lighthouse is 42 meters high, on a circular ground plan. It was possible to place up to 178 m³ of water in the water reservoir in the tower. Since 1991 it has been protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic.

Wikipedia: Libeňská vodárenská věž (CS)

13. lavička Ferdinanda Vaňka

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Ferdinanda Va ñ ka is an art building located in the public area in front of the National Technical Library (NTK) building on the Dejvice campus of Prague 6 University. The building was selected by a jury composed of representatives and experts from Prague District 6. The bench made as a tribute to Vaclav Havel was solemnly unveiled on 18th. December 2017, exactly six years after his death. Lavi č ky Ferdinand Va ñ ka's position in Prague District 6 is due to V á clavHavel's long life in this urban area and her honorary citizenship.

Wikipedia: Lavička Ferdinanda Vaňka (CS)

14. Michelská synagoga

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The Michel Synagogue is a former Jewish prayer room located in Prague's Michle by the bank of the Botič stream, in U Michelského mlýna Street No. 124. It is probably one of the most interesting and beautiful historical buildings located in Michle, and at the same time one of the few suburban synagogues that were not destroyed during the occupation. At present, the synagogue is used as its prayer room by the choir of Albert Schweitzer of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church. The building is protected as a cultural monument.

Wikipedia: Michelská synagoga (CS)

15. Hadovka

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Hadovka Park in Prague-Dejvice is situated in the valley of the former Dejvický stream near Staré Dejvice, between the roads of the directionally divided streets Zavadilova and Velvarská. Across it is intersected by the streets U dejvického rybníčku, Starodejvická and Komorní. It is part of the green belt, in which it connects to the park located between Evropská and Velvarská streets in the section from Gymnasijní to Kanadskéská Street, on the western side there is a strip of parks along Na rozdílu Street.

Wikipedia: Hadovka (park) (CS)

16. svatý Václav

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St. Vaclav Church is located in the center of Bohemian Psychiatric Hospital opposite the main entrance. It is an important work by architect and designer V á clavRo š tlapil, including the author of the Strak Academy-seat of the government of the Czech Republic. The church was built in the Art Nouveau style and the construction work was done by Otakara Nevkosla a famous first-tier entrepreneur and politician. Despite this historical situation, the church still serves its original purpose.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Václava (Bohnice) (CS)

17. svatý Matěj

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The Church of St. Matthew in Dejvice is a small Roman Catholic parish church built in 1771 in the Baroque style. It is also located with the adjacent cemetery on a hill above the Šárka Valley in Prague 6-Dejvice and dominates dolní Šárka. It falls under the responsibility of the Second Prague Vicariate of the Prague Archdiocese. The church dedicated to the Apostle Matěj is the original destination of the Matthew Pilgrimage, known for its gingerbread nativity scenes.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Matěje (Praha) (CS)

18. Divadlo Karla Hackera

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One of Prague's smallest theaters, the Karl Hakkel Theatre, was founded in Kobelis in 1913 by local teacher and patriot Karl Hakkel. Carl Hakkel is the founder of the amateur puppet group Jiskra, where he has been working to this day. Theatres offer theatrical performances and concerts for schools and nurseries in their repertoire, but part of the scheme is also open to the public. The theater operates with the financial support of the Ministry of Culture of No.8 Prague.

Wikipedia: Divadlo Karla Hackera (CS)

19. svatý Kliment

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svatý Kliment Zbyněk Vacek / CC BY 3.0

St. Clement's Church, also known as St. Clement's Church, is a parish church in the Diocese of St. Clement in Hole š ovice, Prague. Paduan Anton í n Paduan, before his position, he was the site of the then Hole š ovice-Bubny Parish Fair. Located in the former territory of Bubny, on Kostelen í Street, between Dukel é Hero and Hole š ovice Spa, near Strossmayer Square. Churches are cultural monuments in the Czech Republic (listed as cultural monuments since 1964).

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Klimenta (Holešovice) (CS)

20. Valdštejnská zahrada

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Valdštejnská zahrada Vaclav Groulík. Original uploader was Martinect at cs.wikipedia / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Wallenstein Garden is one of the most distinctive buildings of the Czech early Baroque. It is located in Prague's Lesser Town and is part of the Wallenstein Palace, the seat of the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic. The publicly accessible garden in the Italian style, articulated by sheared hedges, is equipped with water features, sculptural decorations, a grotto wall and a monumental sala terrena. Occasionally concerts and exhibitions are held here.

Wikipedia: Valdštejnská zahrada (CS)

21. Studio DK;Divadlo Kámen

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The Kámen Theatre is a Prague authorial theatre and an art salon has been operating since 2007 in its own theatre studio for 50 spectators near the Invalidovna metro station in Prague's Karlín district. The Kámen Theatre was founded in 1998 and has created around 35 productions during its existence. Initially, it played mainly in several Prague clubs, from 2004 to 2007 it played regularly in the Jára Cimrman Žižkov Theatre and in the Celetná Theatre.

Wikipedia: Divadlo Kámen (CS)

22. svatý Jiljí

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The Church of Saint Giles is a church in Prague, Czech Republic. This monumental three-aisled church was built on the foundations of a Romanesque church, whereas numerous reconstructions took place during the 12th to 14th century. The Church of St. Giles in Prague was consecrated on 4 May 1371. In 1625, the church was donated to the Dominican order, which has served here and in the adjacent monastery ever since. The church was remodeled in Baroque style.

Wikipedia: St. Giles' Church (Prague) (EN)

23. svatý Bartoloměj

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The Church of St. Bartholomew is a medieval village church belonging to the Roman Catholic parish, standing in the city district of Prague 14, in Kyje. It is a single-nave church that was built in the first half of the 13th century in the late Romanesque style. To this day, inside the church there are original preserved frescoes depicting biblical scenes and some of the Prague bishops. Since 1958 the building has been protected as a cultural monument.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Bartoloměje (Kyje) (CS)

24. Rothmayerova vila

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The Rothmayer Villa is the villa of architect Otto Rothmayer (1892–1966) and his wife, textile artist Božena Rothmayerová, née Horneková (1899–1984). It was built according to the plans of architect Otto Rothmayer in 1928–1929 in the style of classicizing modernism. The villa with a garden and swimming pool is registered in the list of cultural monuments of the Czech Republic and since August 3, 2010 protected as an immovable monument.

Wikipedia: Rothmayerova vila (CS)

25. Karlův most

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Charles Bridge is a medieval stone arch bridge that crosses the Vltava river in Prague, Czech Republic. Its construction started in 1357 under the auspices of King Charles IV, and finished in the early 15th century. The bridge replaced the old Judith Bridge built 1158–1172 that had been badly damaged by a flood in 1342. This new bridge was originally called Stone Bridge or Prague Bridge, but has been referred to as "Charles Bridge" since 1870.

Wikipedia: Charles Bridge (EN)

26. Plavecký stadion Podolí

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Podolí Swimming Stadium is a swimming centre in Prague, Czech Republic, which is located on the right side of Vltava river in Podolí neighborhood. It contains two 50 meter-long pools, 33 meter pool for water polo, spa or other facilities including seating for 5000 spectators. It was built between 1959 and 1965 on the site of a former mine. Design of the complex, symbolizing a big water wave, was created by a Czech architect Richard Podzemný.

Wikipedia: Podolí Swimming Stadium (EN)

27. Krista spasitele

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Church of Christ the Saviour and Community Center Prague-Barrandov, managed by the community of believers in the Roman Catholic parish near the Church of St. Michael. Filip and Jakub Praha-Hlubočepy, was completed at the end of 2020. It is located in Prague's Barrandov district and is intended not only for believers, but for all residents of the Barrandov housing estate. On October 18, 2021, the building was declared Building of the Year 2021.

Wikipedia: Komunitní centrum Praha-Barrandov (CS)

28. Primátor Jan Podlipný

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Primátor Jan Podlipný Jan Vilímek / Public domain

JanPodlipn å was a Prague lawyer, mayor of Prague (1897-1900) and member of the Czech House of Representatives al-Shabab, the first mayor of the Czech village of Sokolov (1889-1906). He organized the compilation of laws on the national laws of the Czech Kingdom (1882) and was also the executor of the unification of laws. This is a rare figure and a man of noble morality. His wife was Anna Podlipn á, an important center of federal activity.

Wikipedia: Jan Podlipný (CS)

29. Výstaviště Praha Holešovice

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Amusement park in Prague, is situated in the territory of the Prague Fairground Výstaviště Praha in Prague-Bubeneč, nearby Holešovice. It was one of the few grounds in the Czech Republic that permanently hosted amusement attractions like roller coaster and ferris wheel, however, since 2018, those two permanent attractions were removed and are present only during the funfairs seasons. The park host funfairs in spring and autumn seasons.

Wikipedia: Amusement park at Prague Fairground (EN)

30. svatý Jiří

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svatý Jiří Dennis Jarvis from Halifax, Canada / CC BY-SA 2.0

The equestrian statue of Saint George is installed at Prague Castle in Prague, Czech Republic. The bronze sculpture was created in 1373 by Transylvanian Saxon sculptors Martin and Georg of "Clussenberch", today's Cluj. The statue was probably cast in Nagyvárad/Großwardein, today's Oradea, where two other works by the two brothers have stood in the dome square until being melted for their metal in the 17th century during the Turkish wars.

Wikipedia: Statue of Saint George, Prague Castle (EN)

31. Děvín

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Děvín is a distinctive hill in Prague above the left bank of the Vltava River, on the border of Hlubočepy and Radlice. The territory is part of the Prokopské and Dalejské údolí Nature Park, the peak falls within the Prokopské údolí National Nature Reserve. On the northern side of the hill there is a natural monument Ctirad, from the south, east and north the hill is bordered by the arch of the railway line Pražský Semmering.

Wikipedia: Děvín (Pražská plošina) (CS)

32. svatý Martin ve zdi

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The Church of St. Martin in the Wall is a Gothic church with Romanesque grounds, situated in the Old Town of Prague, Czech Republic. It was built between 1178 and 1187 in the village of Újezd, thereafter known as Újezd u svatého Martina. The south wall of the church was built adjacent to the walls of the Old Town, hence the full name of the church "in the wall". The church belongs to the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren.

Wikipedia: Church of St. Martin in the Wall (EN)

33. Houtyš

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The inn Na pískách, locally known as U Tyšerů and later nicknamed Houtyš, was in a house on the corner of Na Hanspaulce and Krocínovská streets in the Hanspaulka residential area in Prague's Dejvice district. From the mid-70s to the early 90s of the 20th century, it became the cultural center of the Hanspaul Music and Literary Society. After that, the restaurant ceased operations and offices are located on its premises.

Wikipedia: Houtyš (CS)

34. Maroldovo panorama

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Maroldovo panorama Luděk Marold / Public domain

Diego Maradona's "Battle of Lipan" panorama is a panorama and the largest painting in the Czech Republic, capturing historical events. It represents a Battle of Lipan on the 30th. May 1434, near Lipan in central Czech Republic. The image is 11 meters high and 95 meters wide, and the stretched canvas covers an area of 1,045 square meters. The author of this painting is Ludek Marold, and other painters have also cooperated.

Wikipedia: Bitva u Lipan (panoráma) (CS)

35. bývalá Battistova cihelna

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Battista's brickworks is a former industrial complex in Prague 8-Ďáblice in U Prefy Street, which was built in the 90s of the 19th century. Since 1996, the preserved buildings of the brickworks have been protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic. The brickworks complex is not part of the village monument zone of Stará Ďáblice, it lies about 100 meters south of the border of this protected heritage area.

Wikipedia: Battistova cihelna (CS)

36. Milíčova modlitebna

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Milíč's Prayer Room is a sacral building standing on the corner of Rektorská and Na Univerzitní statku streets in Prague 10–Malešice. Since the end of 2017, it has been in use by the Prague congregation of the Ochranov Seniorate of the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren, which also owns the building and the land around it. It is named after the Czech preacher from the 14th century Jan Milíč of Kroměříž.

Wikipedia: Milíčova modlitebna (CS)

37. vyhlídka na Housle

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Natural monument to violin, ev. No. 747, including Lysolaje local western deep-cut erosion mine, is on its cadastral territory. The protected area is administered by the Prague City Magistrate. The whole natural heritage area is 3.8176 hectares; It extends to an altitude of 290-310 meters, a depth of 20-30 meters and a length of 250 meters. From its edges you can see other parts of Prague, such as Bohnic and Suchdola.

Wikipedia: Housle (přírodní památka) (CS)

38. Brouk

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Brouk is a moving statue of the Czech artist David ă n à ©, located on the D1 highway in the multifunctional B centre of Prague. So, especially on Vyskol í chov Street, at the end of the exit on 5th Street. May 4th (D1) in Prague 4, near Alpha Administration Building. It represents a Porsche Model 911, which is clipped to a spinach and intended to be reminiscent of beetles in the entomological collection.

Wikipedia: Brouk (David Černý) (CS)

39. Kolovratská zahrada

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Kolovratská zahrada V. Groulík; Original uploader was Martinect at cs.wikipedia / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Kolowrat Garden is one of the palace gardens below Prague Castle. It is situated on a steep slope behind the Kolowrat Palace and the Small Fürstenberg Palace. Its area is about 0.07 ha, it is located at an altitude of 192–225 m above sea level. It is separated from the street and the two palaces by a courtyard. It has been a protected cultural monument together with the Kolowrat Palace since 1964.

Wikipedia: Kolovratská zahrada (CS)

40. Kaizlovy sady

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Kaizlovy sady is a public park in Prague 8-Karlín. They are located to the west of the Invalidovna building between U Invalidovny, Sokolovská and Hybešova streets. They have an area of 1.7 ha and lie at an altitude of 186 meters. They were named after university professor and lawyer Josef Kaizl. They are connected to the park in front of Invalidovna, before 1989 both parks bore the name Hakenovy sady.

Wikipedia: Kaizlovy sady (CS)

41. Národní zemědělské muzeum

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The National Museum of Agriculture in Prague's Letná district is located in Kostelní Street in Prague 7. The functionalist building in the immediate vicinity of the National Technical Museum is also the main exhibition building and the administrative headquarters of the institution, which has a number of other workplaces where individual sub-collections and scientific curatorial workplaces are located.

Wikipedia: Národní zemědělské muzeum (CS)

42. svatý Apolinář

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The Church of St. Apollinaire is located in New Town in Prague in the street Apolinarska on the hill called Vetrov. This Gothic church was built approximately between years 1360–1390. The church was established by Charles IV in 1362. Nowadays Roman Catholic Church is located here but it was administrated also by the Chemin Neuf community. The church is protected as a cultural heritage since 1958.

Wikipedia: Church of St. Apollinaire, Prague (EN)

43. Obřadní síň

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The Jewish Ceremonial Hall can be found in the Josefov or Jewish Quarter of Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. It was built in 1911-12 under the direction of architect J. Gerstl for the Jewish Burial Society and is in the neo-Romanesque style. Originally used as a ceremonial hall and mortuary it now forms part of The Jewish Museum of Prague holding exhibitions relating to Jewish history.

Wikipedia: Jewish Ceremonial Hall, Prague (EN)

44. Bernardo O'Higgins

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Bernardo O'Higgins José Gil de Castro / Public domain

Bernardo O'Higgins Riquelme was a Chilean independence leader who freed Chile from Spanish rule in the Chilean War of Independence. He was a wealthy landowner of Basque-Spanish and Irish ancestry. Although he was the second Supreme Director of Chile (1817–1823), he is considered one of Chile's founding fathers, as he was the first holder of this title to head a fully independent Chilean state.

Wikipedia: Bernardo O'Higgins (EN)

45. Dienzenhoferovy sady

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Dienzenhofer's Set is a public green space on the left bridge of the Sm í chov Jir á skov Bridge in Prague. They are bounded by the streets of V Botanice, Matou š ov and Zborovsk á. One of the main advantages of the orchard is the summer oak tree, which is about 20 meters tall and has a trunk circumference of over 3.75 meters, which is 26. It was declared a memorial tree in January 2005.

Wikipedia: Dienzenhoferovy sady (CS)

46. Nanebevzetí Panny Marie

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The Chapel of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary in Klamovka is a Baroque building from the 17th century and is thus the oldest shrine in the territory of today's Košíře parish. The current appearance of the chapel is from 1752. It is located on the corner of Plzeňská and Podbělohorská streets near the border with prague's Košíře district, in the lower part of the Klamovka complex.

Wikipedia: Kaple Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Praha-Košíře) (CS)

47. svatý Kliment

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The St. Clement's Cathedral or the Church of St. Clement, is a Ruthenian Byzantine Catholic church located in Prague, Czech Republic, and functions as the cathedral of the Ruthenian Catholic Apostolic Exarchate of Czech Republic. The church was erected as a cathedral with the Bull "Quo aptius" by Pope John Paul II of March 13, 1996, which established the Exarchate of the Czech Republic.

Wikipedia: St. Clement's Cathedral, Prague (EN)

48. Divadlo pod Palmovkou

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Palmovka Theatre, also known as the Theatre S. K. Neumann, Divadlo pod Palmovkou and the Urban and Regional Theatre, is a classic drama theatre located in the Prague district of Libeň at the bottom of Zenklova street in Prague near the intersection and subway station Palmovka. In addition to the main stage it has the attic theatre, a small studio theatre for more intimate performances.

Wikipedia: Divadlo pod Palmovkou (EN)

49. The Rolling House

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Rolling House is a sculpture created by architect John Hejduk in 2019, created within the framework of summer school by students from the Institute of Design, School of Architecture, Charles University, Prague, with the theme of the smallest mobile architecture and led by associate professor Hany Seho. The sculpture was edited by architect Alena š m á m í kov á, her 90-year-old.

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50. Nová libeňská synagoga

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The new Libeň Synagogue is located in Prague 8 at the Palmovka crossroads. Today it is sporadically used for cultural purposes, several times a year it is used by members of the Prague Jewish community, mainly by the Czech Union of Jewish Youth, for its original purpose, i.e. for worship, most recently for example the celebration of the Passover holiday in the spring of 2019/5779.

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51. Farní sbor Českobratrské církve evangelické Střešovice

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The Evangelical Church in Střešovice stands at the address of the square Před bateriemi 950/22 on the plot number 177 in the cadastral area of Střešovice. It was built in 1937–1939 by architect Bohumír Kozák, a member of the Parish Choir of the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren in Prague 6 – Střešovice, who uses this church as its prayer room and meetinghouse.

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52. svatý Michael

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The Roman Catholic Church of St. Michael's Angels in Prague-Deyevice was built between 1691 and 1700 by the Pernikarka family. 6. On October 10, 1693, the church was dedicated. At the time of the formation of the church, there were vineyards nearby, and now it is surrounded by the villa area of Hansspaulka, near the intersection of Ducho å enka and Na Pernikarce.

Wikipedia: Kaple svatého Michaela archanděla (Dejvice) (CS)

53. Kongresové centrum Praha

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Prague Congress Centre originally Palace of culture Prague is a large neofunctionalist building in Czech Republic capital Prague 4 district Nusle, located on the edge of Nusle Valley, near to the Nusle Bridge and Prague Metro C station Vyšehrad. There are 70 halls, lounges and meeting rooms of various sizes in this building, with total capacity of 9,300 people.

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54. Národní pedagogické muzeum a knihovna J. A. Komenského

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J. A. The Komensk à © Museum of Education is a specialized museum institution dedicated to Czech education and history. From 1. 7. 2011 is a museum called the National Museum of Education and J. A. Komensk is part of the institution of the library. It is located on Vald š tejnsk á street in Mal á Strana, Prague, opposite the main building of the Senate.

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55. svatý Vojtěch

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The Church of St. Adalbert in Prague 8-Libeň is a wooden Art Nouveau sacral building from 1904 to 1905 by architect Emil Králíček, who worked in the design office of the builder Matěj Blecha. It currently serves the Roman Catholic Church, it is a parish church. The church stands in the immediate vicinity of the LibeňSká Sokol Hall in U Meteoru Street.

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56. svatý Michal

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The Church of St. Michael or St. Michael the Archangel in Podolí is a Roman Catholic parish church, originally a late Romanesque building from the beginning of the 13th century with a wooden Baroque bell tower standing nearby. It acquired its pseudo-Romanesque form at the end of the 19th century. It is located in pod Vyšehradem street in Prague 4-Podolí.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Michaela archanděla (Podolí) (CS)

57. Narození Panny Marie

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The Church of the Birth of the Virgin Mary is located in Prague 4-Mitchley. It is a baroque Roman Catholic parish church. Originally built in 1724, it is the church of the Virgin Mary and fourteen sacred assistants. Near the church is a Mitchell parish building managed by spirit. Churches are protected as real cultural monuments in the Czech Republic.

Wikipedia: Kostel Narození Panny Marie (Michle) (CS)

58. zámek Veleslavín

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zámek Veleslavín Honza Groh / CC BY 3.0

Veleslav í n Castle is a single-story baroque building located in the Veleslav í n district of Prague. The whole castle area is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic, which is located in the property of the Office of the State Representative. Start at 20. A century spent for medical purposes. In 2019, he was offered for rent again.

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59. Franz Kafka

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The Head of Franz Kafka, also known as the Statue of Kafka, is an outdoor sculpture by David Černý depicting Bohemian German-language writer Franz Kafka, installed outside the Quadrio shopping centre in Prague, Czech Republic. The kinetic sculpture is 11 metres tall and made of 42 rotating panels. Each layer is mechanized and rotates individually.

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60. Konventní zahrada

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An ordinary garden is one of the gardens of Strakhov Abbey. It covers an area of 0.27 hectares and is located at an altitude of 290-295 meters. M. It is close to the south side of the Convention. The garden, along with the former Flemish monastery in Strakhov, has been preserved as a national cultural monument in the Czech Republic since 1989.

Wikipedia: Konventní zahrada (Strahovský klášter) (CS)

61. Letní shakespearovské slavnosti

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The Summer Shakespeare Festival takes place in the courtyard of Burgrave Palace at Prague Castle. The festival was originally initiated by Václav Havel. The performances are also presented at Špilberk in Brno and at Bratislava Castle in Bratislava. The organizers closely cooperate with Martin Hilský, who translated most of the staged plays.

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62. Löwitův mlýn

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Löwitův mlýn Petr Vilgus / CC BY-SA 3.0

Löwithmlovna, formerly a large mill, is a historic building and cultural monument located in Thomayer Orchard near Rokytka under Libe nick á castle west of Elsnic Square. The current architectural form can be traced back to 1747. In 2002, the mill was destroyed by great floods and has been waiting to be rebuilt and further used since then.

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63. Zlatá brána

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The Golden Gate in Prague is the name given to the arcaded vestibule of the southern entrance to the St. Vitus Cathedral at Prague Castle. The name is derived from the golden background of the unique glass mosaic of the Last Judgment from 1370–1372. On the first floor of the hall there is a chamber where the Czech crown jewels are located.

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64. svatý Tomáš

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svatý Tomáš Martin Šanda (Šandík) / CC BY 2.5

Saint Thomas Church is an Augustinian church in Malá Strana, Prague, Czech Republic. The address is at Josefská 8. The church is easily recognisable in the Prague skyline. Saint Thomas' Church stands within the vicinity of both Saint Nicholas' Church and the Castle of Prague. In 2003, Saint Thomas Church celebrated its 775 anniversary.

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65. svatý Cyril a Metoděj

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Church of Saints Cyril and Methodius is a Roman Catholic church in the Karlín district of Prague, Czech Republic. It belongs to the largest religious buildings in the Czech Republic. It was constructed in the mid-19th century and it remains one of the most important architectural landmarks from the period of historicism in the country.

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66. Husův sbor

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The Hus' House or Husův sbor is a Hussite church in the Vršovice area of Prague. This building was one of the first buildings in Prague built from pre-stressed concrete and brick panels. It was built in less than a year and includes a "lighthouse" tower topped with symbol of Hussite church, a chalice and a cross.

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67. svatý Antonín Paduánský

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St Anthony's Church of Padov in Hole š ovice is a Roman Catholic parish church built in 1908-1911 and constructed in pseudo-Gothic style by the project of architect Franti š ekMike. Strossmayer Square in Prague, on the former territory of Bubny. It has been preserved as an immovable cultural monument since 2015.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Antonína Paduánského (Praha) (CS)

68. svatý Gothard

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St. Gottal's Church 6-Bubenci in Prague is a Roman Catholic parish church, which is a classical building based on Baroque style. It is located in Krupka Square, where it was named by Dean Franti š ek Krupek, and was not named until 1901, known as U Church from 1901 to 1910, and Church Square from 1910 to 1947.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Gotharda (Praha) (CS)

69. svatý Václav

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Vaclav Square, the Roman Catholic Church of Saints, is the oldest architectural monument in Prague's Prosek district. It was built on the interface between the Highlands and the Rokytky Valley, probably before the emergence of today's settlements, and underwent a series of reconstructions during its existence.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Václava (Prosek) (CS)

70. tapíři

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Tapiridae is a family of solipeds comprising only one living genus, tapir (Tapirus), and about 14 extinct genera. In this genus there are 5 living species of herbivorous animals, living in tropical regions of Asia and South America. In the Tertiary they were much more widespread and lived in Central Europe.

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71. Vinohradská vodárenská věž

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Vinohrady Water Tower is a building in Vinohrady in Prague 10 which was originally built as a water tower. Today its architecture is acknowledged as culturally important although it is now converted to accommodate offices and apartments. The viewing platform at the top is 40 metres above the street level.

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72. Panna Marie Matka ustavičné pomoci

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The Church of the Virgin Mary continues to assist and St. Kayten, also known as U Kayten, is a Roman Catholic convent church in Nerudov Street, District 1, Prague. It was built with theatins Monastery. The church, along with the monastery, has been protected as a national cultural monument since 1964.

Wikipedia: Kostel Panny Marie Matky ustavičné pomoci (Praha) (CS)

73. svatý Josef

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The Church of St. Joseph in the Lesser Town in Prague 1 is a Roman Catholic church of the Congregation of English Virgins. The early Baroque church was built between 1686 and 1692 as part of the then Carmelite monastery and is jointly protected as an immovable cultural monument of the Czech Republic.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Josefa (Malá Strana) (CS)

74. Divadlo Na Jezerce

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Between 1999 and 2004, the Na Jezerce Theatre operates in Prague 4 Nusle. This private theatre is located in the Nusle Park Jezerka. The theatre was founded in January 2004 by Jan Hrušínský, who has been its principal ever since. The theatre premises are the property of the Prague 4 City District.

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75. Vzducholoď Gulliver

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Gulliver is a 42-meter-long steel-wood structure, which has been part of DOX of Prague Contemporary Art Center since 2016. The author of the concept is Leo š Wark, arch. Martin Rajni š, Arch. David Kubik, designed by Zbyn č k š r å tek. The building is used to organize literary programs.

Wikipedia: Vzducholoď Gulliver (CS)

76. Pamětní trolejbusová zastávka Orionka

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The Orionka Memorial Trolley Bus Station is a monument located in Vinohrady, 10 Prague, in the U Orionka Square, near the old vehicles of the former Vinohrady. It is located in the ring road, and the last trolley bus took off in 1972 before Prague cancelled this kind of public transportation.

Wikipedia: Pamětní trolejbusová zastávka Orionka (CS)

77. Nejsvětější Trojice

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Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church is located in Praze-Dejvice, in the middle green belt of Nad Komornick á Street. It used to belong to the nearby Hadovka estate. Late Baroque architecture, with a three-leaf plan and connected vestibule, was built in 1750 by the priest Anton í n Messler.

Wikipedia: Kaple Nejsvětější Trojice (Dejvice) (CS)

78. Malostranská vodárenská věž

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The small square water tower, also known as Pestril í lkov Tower, is the smallest historical water tower in Prague and the only historical water tower on the left bank of Vltava River. Sm í chov on Pestriilkov Island, near the seashore of Janacek and the southern end of Children's Island.

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79. Hřbitovní kaple dr. Karla Farského

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The cemetery chapel of Dr. Karel Farský in Strašnice, sometimes also hus congregation in Prague-Strašnice, is a chapel with a parish office of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church. It is located at the northeast wall of the Evangelical Cemetery on Vinohradská Street in Prague 10-Strašnice.

Wikipedia: Hřbitovní kaple (Strašnice) (CS)

80. Pamětní deska I.C

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Pamětní deska I.C wikinight2 / Public domain

The Prague Metro is the rapid transit network of Prague, Czech Republic. Founded in 1974, the system consists of three lines serving 61 stations, and is 65.2 kilometres (40.5 mi) long. The system served 589.2 million passengers in 2012, making it the fifth busiest metro system in Europe.

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81. Benito Juárez

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Benito Juárez Unknown Photographer / CC BY-SA 4.0

Benito Pablo Juárez García was a Mexican liberal politician and lawyer who served as the 26th president of Mexico from 1858 until his death in office in 1872. A Zapotec, he was the first indigenous president of Mexico, and the first indigenous head of state in the postcolonial Americas.

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82. Kajetánské terasy

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The Garden of the Kajetán Terrace is located in the Lesser Town in Prague 1. The elongated plot, delimited by the Castle Stairs and Nerudova Street, occupies an area of 2085 m² at an altitude of 220 to 240 m above sea level. The entrance to the garden is from the ramp of Prague Castle.

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83. Hartigovská zahrada

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Hattigovsky Gardens, along with Rajian Gardens and NaValech Gardens, belong to the Southern Gardens of Prague Castle; The area is the smallest. Along with them, it is part of the national cultural monument of Prague Castle. It is located above Khatigov Palace, on Tier 2. 561 and 558.

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84. Miriam

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Miriam penubag, clock made by Tkgd2007 / Public domain

The Miriam Theatre is a theatre hall in Prague-Strašnice, established in 1995 by rebuilding a former parish chapel. The hall can accommodate up to one hundred spectators. The building belongs to the Roman Catholic parish at the Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary.

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85. svatý Jan Nepomucký

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St. John's Nebomuk Church, sometimes a military church, is a Baroque temple near the monastery of Kilian Ign á cDientzenhofer. The church is located on the streets of U Castarn á and Kanovnick á in Hradchany, Prague, about 200 meters from Hradcansk é Square, near the New World.

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86. Semafor

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Semafor Czech Wikipedia user Packa / CC BY-SA 4.0

Semafor is a theatre in Prague, Czech Republic, established by Jiří Suchý and Ferdinand Havlík in 1959. Suchý has performed there for many years and is the current owner. The theatre was a starting point for many famous Czech musicians, including Karel Gott and Hana Hegerová.

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87. svatý Vojtěch

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The Church of St. Adalbert in Dejvice is a Roman Catholic filial seminary church-basilica built between 1925 and 1927. It is part of the building of the Archbishop's Seminary in Prague 6-Dejvice. The church is located on the territory of the parish near the church of St. Matthew.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Vojtěcha (Dejvice) (CS)

88. Barrandovské skály

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Barrandovské skály Lovecz 00:41, 18 July 2006 (UTC) / Public domain

The Barrandov Rocks National Natural Monument is a protected area located on the left bank of the Vltava River, on the southwestern outskirts of the capital city of Prague. The care of the Barrandov Rocks NPP is entrusted to the regional office of Central Bohemia of the AOPK CR.

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89. svatá Terezie z Lisieux

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St Teresa's Church of Jesus from Prague-Corbilisi is a Roman Catholic parish church dedicated to St Teresa in Lisieu. Located in Kobylisy Square near Kobylisy subway station. The administration of the parish to which the church belongs was entrusted to the Salisons in Dunbosca.

Wikipedia: Kostel svaté Terezie od Dítěte Ježíše (CS)

90. Salesiánské divadlo

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The Salesian Theatre in Prague is a theatrical stage, an educational and leisure space, located at the Salesian Youth Centre in Corberia. Located in Kobyli Square. 640/11 in Prague 8, near Kobylisy subway station. The hall has a capacity of 397 spectators and can be rented.

Wikipedia: Salesiánské divadlo (CS)

91. sbor Československé církve husitské

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The Church of the Husi Church in Czechoslovakia is a functionalist building in 1935. His address is on V á clavec Street. P. However, 117/1 also constitutes the dominant position on the street end of U Santo š ka. There is also a Dr. here. The monument. Carl Fasky.

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92. Jubilejní synagoga

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Jubilee Synagogue, also known as the Jerusalem Synagogue for its location on Jerusalem Street, is a synagogue in Prague, Czech Republic. It was built in 1906, designed by Wilhelm Stiassny and named in honor of the silver Jubilee of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria.

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93. Táborská brána

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Tabor Gate is the late Renaissance gate of Vy š ehrad in Prague. Located in the southeast of Shehradz's former fortifications. Enter the gate from the southeast, from Nusl í and Pankr á c respectively, from V Street into the fortress, and then Napraci Street.

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94. Skalka

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Skalka is originally a Baroque homestead located in Prague's Smíchov district. It is located in the natural locality of Skalka on the top of the hill, under which on one side there is Plzeňská Avenue and a sports complex including a rugby field on the other.

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95. Divadlo Spejbla a Hurvínka

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Divadlo Spejbla a Hurvínka User:Miaow Miaow / Public domain

Spejbl and Hurvínek Theatre (S+H) is a puppet theatre located in Prague, Czech Republic. Founded in 1930 by puppeteer Josef Skupa, Spejbl and Hurvínek was the first professional puppet theatre established in Czechoslovakia and the present-day Czech Republic.

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96. Stará čistírna odpadních vod v Bubeneči

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Sewage Plant in Bubeneč is the oldest sewage treatment plant in Prague designed by William Heerlein Lindley and built between 1895–1906. In 1991 whole building was declared a protected national monument and has been converted into the Eco-technical Museum.

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97. Lapidárium Národního muzea

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The Lapidarium is a lapidarium and a part of the National Museum in Prague, Czech Republic. It is the largest permanent exhibition of historical collections of stone sculpture, tombs and architectonical fragments originating from Bohemia, mostly from Prague.

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98. svatý Václav

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The statue of Saint Wenceslas is an outdoor sculpture by Johann-Georg Bendl from 1680, installed at Vyšehrad, Prague, Czech Republic. The statue formerly stood in the middle of Wenceslas Square, near Grandhotel Evropa, but was moved to Vyšehrad in 1879.

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99. Hradiště Děvín

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Děvín is a defunct castle on the hill of the same name on the northern edge of the Hlubočepy district in Prague. It was created and disappeared during the fourteenth century and its remains are protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic.

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100. Troja

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Troja Lady Rowena / Public domain

Troja Palace is a Baroque palace located in Troja, Prague's north-west borough. It was built for the Counts of Sternberg from 1679 to 1691. The palace is owned by the city of Prague and hosts the 19th century Czech art collections of the City Gallery.

Wikipedia: Troja Palace (EN)

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