100 Sights in Prague, Czechia (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Prague, Czechia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 100 sights are available in Prague, Czechia.

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1. Golden Gate

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

Wikipedia: Zlatá brána (Pražský hrad) (CS)

2. Žižkov Television Tower

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The Žižkov Television Tower is a transmitter tower built in Prague between 1985 and 1992. Designed by the architect Václav Aulický and the structural engineer Jiří Kozák, it stands high above the city's traditional skyline from its position on top of a hill in the district of Žižkov, from which it takes its name. The tower is an example of high-tech architecture.

Wikipedia: Žižkov Television Tower (EN)

3. Jewish Town Hall

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Jewish Town Hall Martin Pauer (Power) / CC BY-SA 2.5

The Jewish Town Hall in Josefov, Prague, was constructed adjacent to the Old New Synagogue on the corner of Maiselova and Červená Ulice in 1586 in Renaissance style under the sponsorship of Mayor Mordechai Maisel. It acquired its Rococo facade in the 18th century.

Wikipedia: Jewish Town Hall (Prague) (EN), Heritage Website

4. Lobkowicz Palace

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The Lobkovice Palace, formerly also the Přehořovský palace of Kvasejovice is a Baroque building located in Vlašská 347/19 Street in Prague on Malá Strana. Together with the adjacent Lobkovice garden is protected as a cultural monument. The palace houses the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany.

Wikipedia: Lobkovický palác (CS), Heritage Website

5. Kingdom of Railways

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The Kingdom of Railways is primarily a set of several model railroads in a scale of 1:87. Particularly noteworthy is the exposition, located on the 2nd floor, presenting a simplified railway model of the Czech Republic. The trackage contains models of important buildings in the Czech Republic as well as several moving cars. In addition, some locomotives have cameras in the front, which broadcast live footage of the train's journey to the cinema hall, which is located near the tracks. On the track, the periods of day and night alternate in regular cycles.

Wikipedia: Království železnic (CS), Website

6. Českobratrská modlitebna

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The Evangelical Church at the Parish Congregation of the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren is a sacral building built between 1930 and 1931 in Prague's Smíchov, in Na Doubkových Street. The author of its ideological design was Filip Křížek, whose son Jaroslav designed the building. However, the congregation did not have enough funds for the construction of the church, so it decided to issue lottery tickets, the proceeds of which helped to cover part of the costs. Nevertheless, the congregation went into debt and paid off the installments until the Second World War. The ceremonial opening of the new church took place on September 28, 1931 and the first sermon was delivered by university professor František Bednář. At the beginning of the 21st century, the members of the congregation considered a major reconstruction of the interior of the house. Although the representatives of the choir initially chose the design by architect Hana Seho, it did not gain the support of the other members of the choir and was therefore abandoned. Another tender resulted in a proposal from the MCA studio, which is finally implemented.

Wikipedia: Evangelický kostel (Smíchov) (CS), Website

7. Lesser Town Bridge Tower

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The Lesser Town Bridge Towers are two Prague towers of different styles, of unequal height, forming the entrance from the Charles Bridge to the Lesser Town on the Royal Route at the beginning of Mostecká Street. Medieval bridges were usually fitted with a tower at each end. However, Charles Bridge has two towers on the Lesser Town bank, connected by a large Gothic gate. The lower tower is called Judith's Tower and is older than the Charles Bridge, while the higher tower was built after its completion. Towers with gates formed an important part of the Lesser Town fortifications at the time when the Lesser Town of Prague - today's Lesser Town - was an independent territory. In the event of an invasion by foreign troops, an armed garrison could take refuge in the towers, preventing the enemy from crossing the bridge. But even in peaceful times, armed guards made it clear to those entering that they would not tolerate any riots.

Wikipedia: Malostranská mostecká věž (CS), Website

8. La Fabrika

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La Fabrika is a cultural space located in Prague's Holešovice. It was created from two interconnected factory buildings from the beginning of the twentieth century, located between Dělnická, Komunardů and Přístavní streets, according to the designs of the KAVA studio. La Fabrika's industrial origins have given it a special charm and originality. At present, this centre is a multi-purpose space where, in addition to theatre, concerts, exhibitions, film screenings, multimedia exhibitions, performances, lectures, workshops, various social gatherings, acrobatic performances requiring an unconventional spatial solution take place. Actors working in La Fabrika include Tatiana Vilhelmová, Anna Polívková, Martha Issová, Vojtěch, Jakub Prachař and the ensembles 420 PEOPLE, HOLEKTIV, SPOLUHRA and others.

Wikipedia: La Fabrika (CS), Website

9. Divadlo V Dlouhé

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Theatre in Dlouha Street is a repertoire theatre with a permanent group of actors established in 1996 as a set financed by the Municipality of Prague. The group of actors comprises graduates of the Theatre Academy of Musical Arts, part of the actors have studied in the Department of Alternative and Marionette Theatre of this academy. The young group is highly talented in terms of dance and music. The repertoire spans from great dramatic stories to non-traditional cabarets. The Theatre holds the Child in Dlouhá / Dítě v Dlouhé festival at which the most interesting plays for children's theatre are featured. Divadlo v Dlouhé was nominated several times for Alfréd Radok Award in the category Theatre of the Year. Grabbe's Don Juan and Faust and Sestra Úzkost won the category Performance of the Year.

Wikipedia: Theatre in Dlouha Street (EN), Website

10. Branické ledárny

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Branické ledárny

The Braník Iceworks are a late Art Nouveau industrial complex in the Braník district of Prague, Ledařská Street, on the right bank of the Vltava River. The complex was built in the past and served as an ice house, i.e. a large warehouse of natural ice. The building also included stables for horses, a villa and a caretaker's house. The author of the Branice Iceworks is the architect Josef Kovařovič, the construction was carried out by the Nekvasil company. Since 1964, the Branice Iceworks have been a protected architectural monument. They are important both technically and architecturally and are an important object of Czech industrial heritage. The iceworks have been privately owned for several decades, inaccessible to the public and are gradually falling into disrepair.

Wikipedia: Branické ledárny (CS)

11. Husův sbor

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The Hus Church of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church in Prague -Holešovice is located in Farský Street in the house number 1386/3, near Strossmayer Square. The street is named after Charles Farský, the founder and the first patriarch of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church. The Hus Choir in Holešovice was built in 1935–1937 according to the design of arch. František Kubelka as a multi -purpose new building. On the ground floor of an apartment building was established a prayer room, lined with marble and in the underground Columbarium, referred to as one of the largest in Europe. The dominant feature of the building is the Byzantine Cross in the facade and a modernist tower with a chalice. The poet František Hrubín lived in the residential part of the Hus Choir.

Wikipedia: Husův sbor (Holešovice) (CS), Website

12. Vávrova vyhlídka

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The Braník Rocks are a natural monument in Prague-Braník, which was declared on April 29, 1968. The Braník Rocks form the western slope of 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 approximately by Vysoká cesta, Nad lomem Street, and on the south by Stará cesta Street, which separates them from Školní vrch. The protected area occupies an area of 9.1 hectares at an altitude of between 190 and 264 metres, including the so-called School Hill and the Branické Rocks themselves with the Dobeška Forest Park. The protected area is administered by the Prague City Hall.

Wikipedia: Branické skály (CS)

13. Nalezení svatého Kříže

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The Baroque Church of St. 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 Praha-Stodůlky stop and the Praha-Zličín railway station, about 150 metres west of the railway bridge over Jeremiášova Street, above the Bílý Beránek bus stop in Za Hájčí dvorcem Street, south of Pod viaduktem Street, the rear side of which is on the opposite side of the railway line. A gravel path leads around the church from Jeremiášova Street to the allotment gardens and to the Háje courtyard. A road leads from Hájčí dvůr to the church. The church is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic.

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

14. Saint Wenceslas

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The church of St. Wenceslas on Smíchov is a Roman Catholic parish church on October 14 in Smíchov in Prague. The new Reenaissance three-ship basilica with two fifty-foot towers is dedicated to the Czech patron Saint Wenceslas. It was built in 1881–1885 according to the plans of architect Antonín Viktor Barvitia. Louis Šimek and Stanislav Sucharda were involved in plastic decoration, paintings, mosaics or stains were designed by František Sequens, Josef Matyš Trenkwald, Maxmilian Pirner and Zikmund Rudl. The exterior of the building belongs to the most important examples of Czech neo-renaissance architecture, the interior is conceived in the style of early Christian basilica of the Roman.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Václava (Smíchov) (CS)

15. svatý Jan Nepomucký

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svatý Jan Nepomucký

The Roman Catholic Chapel of St. John of Nepomuk in Prague 6-Dejvice at the intersection of U Matěje and Starý streets is the only one preserved of the twelve early Baroque chapels from the 2nd half of the 17th century, which lined the pilgrimage route from Růžek to the Church of St. Matthew. The chapel was significantly modified in 1876. At the end of the 1990s, the façade of the chapel was reconstructed to its present appearance without the knowledge of the monument authorities, during which the Classicist stucco decoration was removed. The polychrome and gilded wooden statue of John of Nepomuk from the end of the 18th century, which used to stand in a niche, is stored in the rectory.

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

16. The Leopold Gate

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The Leopold Gate is an early Baroque gate in Prague's Vyšehrad. Located in the street in the fortress, it is part of the Vyšehrad Citadel. The gate was built between 1653 and 1672, the exact year of the opening and completion of the construction is unknown. It was probably created according to the architectural design Carlo Lurag, whose drawing of the building has been preserved. The Leopold Gate consists of entry into the inner Vyšehrad fortress. Although it was part of the fortification system by architect Giuseppe Priami, it never served a military purpose. It has been used only since the mid -19th century, when a road between the new town and Pankráčí was built through Vyšehrad.

Wikipedia: Leopoldova brána (CS)

17. Z vlastního rozhodnutí

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By Choice – Memento mori is a monument in Prague's Folimanka Park, which is dedicated to the memory of people who voluntarily ended their lives by jumping from the Nusle Bridge. The monument was designed and created by sculptor Krištof Kintera. It consists of a ten-metre-high street lamp, the light of which is directed upwards towards the bridge. On the lamp post, at about the level of human eyes, there is a riveted sign with the inscription "Memento mori – to those who took their own lives in these places of their own accord." Originally, the sign was supposed to indicate the number of people who died under the bridge, but since the exact number is unknown, this plan was abandoned.

Wikipedia: Z vlastního rozhodnutí – Memento mori (CS)

18. zámek Veleslavín

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zámek Veleslavín Honza Groh / CC BY 3.0

Veleslavín Castle is a one -storey Baroque building located in Prague's Veleslavín district. The chateau complex consists of 6 brick buildings with a garden and a park on the land between the streets above the castle stream, Veleslavínská, U Zámeček and Adamov, the natural eastern border is formed by the castle stream. The area is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic, currently (2023) is desolate, locked and located in the property of the Office for the representation of the state in property matters. From the beginning of the 20th century to 2018 it served mainly healthcare and rent. In 2019, a park, called a community garden, was opened for a short time.

Wikipedia: Veleslavín (zámek) (CS)

19. zámek Zbraslav

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The Cistercian Abbey of Zbraslav located in Zbraslav near Prague was one of the most significant monasteries of the Cistercian Order in the Kingdom of Bohemia. Founded by King Wenceslaus II of Bohemia in 1292 it became the royal necropolis of the last members of the Přemyslid dynasty. The abbey was abolished by the Bohemian King and Holy Roman Emperor Joseph II in 1789. The best-known abbot of this monastery was Peter of Zittau who wrote the Zbraslav Chronicle, the most important historical source for the history of Bohemia in the first half of the 14th century. The Zbraslav abbey is also known for the Madonna of Zbraslav, an outstanding Gothic painting from the 1340s.

Wikipedia: Zbraslav Monastery (EN)

20. Křižovnické náměstí

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Křižovnické náměstí

Křižovnické Square in Prague is located 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 is one of the most visited places in the capital. In the Middle Ages, a branch of the Vltava River flowed here, separating the Křižovnický Island, from which an arch was arched over the Old Town bank in the 19th century, which enlarged the area of the square by the area next to the bridge tower. The island, as well as the square, is named after the monastery of the Knights of the Cross on the northern side of the square, which partly stands on this island.

Wikipedia: Křižovnické náměstí (CS)

21. U Jákobova žebříku

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The church of Jacob's ladder is the sacral building of the Kobylian church of the Czech-Bratratrice, built in the northern part of Prague, in Kobylis, in the street U Skolská garden. Its construction was planned during the period of political release in the late 1960s as a replacement for the unsuitable, until then used provisional prayer room. The architect of the building is Ernst Gisel and its opening ceremony was held in 1971. The reconstruction and reconstruction of the building was then carried out in 1995 and 2001 according to the designs of the Czech architects Radovan Schaufler and Jakub Roskovce, during which the bell bells were built at the church.

Wikipedia: Kostel U Jákobova žebříku (CS), Website

22. Občanská plovárna

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Today, the Civic Swimming Pool is only a listed building between the Vltava's Kosárkovo Embankment and the "inland" section of Edvard Beneš Embankment Street in Prague, between the Straka Academy in the Lesser Town and Čech Bridge. The Civic Swimming Pool and the nearby Chapel of St. Mary Magdalene are more or less the only buildings that stand in a small strip of Holešovice belonging to the Prague 1 district, their address is often given as the Lesser Town. The original swimming pool, called the Military Swimming Pool after the foundation of the Civic Swimming Pool, was already in the territory of the Lesser Town, on the site of today's Straka Academy.

Wikipedia: Občanská plovárna (CS), Website

23. Benito Juárez

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Benito Juárez

Benito Pablo Juárez García was a Mexican Liberal lawyer and statesman who served as the 26th president of Mexico from 1858 until his death in office in 1872. Of Zapotec ancestry, he was the first and only indigenous president of Mexico and the first democratically elected indigenous president in the postcolonial Americas. Previously, he had served as Governor of Oaxaca and had later ascended to a variety of federal posts including Secretary of the Interior, Secretary of Public Education, and President of the Supreme Court. During his presidency he led the Liberals to victory in the Reform War and in the Second French intervention in Mexico.

Wikipedia: Benito Juárez (EN)

24. Herkulova kašna

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The fountain with the statue of Hercules is a fountain standing approximately in the middle of the garden on the ramparts, in front of the so -called Bellevue. It was located here in 1923, along with the early Baroque statue of Hercules, which was brought here from the fountain to the I. Castle Council - it no longer exists. The statue of the Žehrovice sandstone represents a mythical hero, which opens the mouth of the lion from which the spring of water flows into the reservoir. Its reservoir, allegedly made of Mšenský sandstone, is decorated with Roman motifs, the head of the Slovak emblem. The fountain comes from Jože Plečnik.

Wikipedia: Kašna se sochou Herkula (zahrada Na Valech) (CS)

25. Botanical garden Malešice

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The Malešice Botanical Garden is one of the three important botanical gardens in Prague. It was originally built as a park of the Jirásek Villa. It is located on the southwestern slope of Tábor Hill in Malešice, in a small part of this district that extends into the Prague 9 district. This botanical garden belongs to the Secondary Horticultural School in Jarov and is mainly associated with horticultural apprenticeships. The director of the botanical garden is Jaroslav Čuba. The garden is open to the public free of charge, until 2019 only on school days, since 2020 it has been open daily during the season from May to October.

Wikipedia: Botanická zahrada Malešice (CS), Website

26. National Gallery in Prague - Schwarzenberg Palace

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National Gallery in Prague - Schwarzenberg Palace Czech Wikipedia user Packa / CC BY-SA 2.5

The National Gallery in Prague, since 2018 is presenting under the name National Gallery Prague and the abbreviation NGP, is a state organization administering the largest collection of fine arts in the Czech Republic. The gallery was created from a privately initiated picture gallery, which since the end of the 18th century publicly exhibited originally borrowed paintings, and the current character acquired in the first half of the 20th century. He exhibits art from his collections in permanent exhibitions and organized exhibitions in several buildings in Prague and beyond, which are all important cultural monuments.

Wikipedia: Národní galerie v Praze (CS), Website

27. Klášterní zahrada

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Břevnov Monastery and Sadets, formerly also the Statomarkét Garden in Břevnov form the premises together with the church and monastery, since 1991 they have been protected as one national cultural monument of the Czech Republic. It is divided into the upper area, which forms an unmaintained forest park, in the northwest, adjacent to the cemetery, on the street of Na Vník with student tracks, and the maintenance part, called Břevnovský orchard, and the lower monastery garden, which has its clause part, unlike the upper parts, better fenced and with two lockable entrances, which is only accessible during the day.

Wikipedia: Markétská zahrada (CS), Website

28. Panna Marie na Slovanech

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The Church of Our Lady, St. Jerome, St. Cyril and Methodius, St. Adalbert and St. Procopius is a church of the Emmaus Monastery in Vyšehradská Street in Prague 2, at the southern edge of Prague's New Town. The three-nave hall church in the Gothic style was built by Charles IV for the Benedictine community of the Slavic liturgy. Today, the façade of the church is characterized by its original concrete tower-like ending, which replaced the western twin towers destroyed during the bombing in 1945. The church is part of the listed area of the Gothic monastery, which was declared a national cultural monument in 1978.

Wikipedia: Kostel Panny Marie na Slovanech (CS), Website

29. Pamětní deska obětem mučení

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The Petschek Palace is a neoclassicist building in Prague. It was built between 1923 and 1929 by the architect Max Spielmann upon a request from the merchant banker Julius Petschek and was originally called "The Bank House Petschek and Co." Despite its historicizing look, the building was then a very modern one, being constructed of reinforced concrete and fully air-conditioned. It also had tube post, phone switch-board, printing office, a paternoster lift, and massive safes in the sublevel floor. The building was sold by the Petschek family before the occupation of Czechoslovakia, and the family left the country.

Wikipedia: Petschek Palace (EN)

30. Žižkovské divadlo Járy Cimrmana

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Žižkovské divadlo Járy Cimrmana

Theatre Járy Cimrmana is a Prague Theatre set that has been working since the late 1960s. His repertoire consists of the comic games Ladislav Smoljak and Zdeněk Svěrák with theme of fictional Czech genius Jara Cimrman, who is declared the original author of these games. In the theatre only men play traditionally, without an acting education – except for professional backups of Miroslav Táborský, Vojtěch Kotek, Josef Čapelka and Ondřej Vetchý, who were occupied after a series of deaths of several tribal actors. It is one of the most successful and popular Czech art theatres and Czech postwar theatres.

Wikipedia: Divadlo Járy Cimrmana (CS), Website

31. Obětem náletu 14.2.1945

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Obětem náletu 14.2.1945 JUDr. Jaroslav Lašťovka / CC BY-SA 3.0

Prague, the capital and largest city of the German-occupied Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, was bombed several times by the Allies during World War II. The first Allied aircraft to fly over Prague was a single bomber of the French Air Force in April 1940, but it dropped propaganda leaflets, not bombs. The first bombing mission was flown by the Royal Air Force (RAF) in October 1941. Prague was then bombed three times by the United States Army Air Forces between the fall of 1944 and spring of 1945. During the Prague uprising of 5–9 May 1945, the Luftwaffe made use of bombers against the rebels.

Wikipedia: Bombing of Prague (EN)

32. Zvěstování Přesvaté Bohorodice

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The Church of the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary on the grass, or the Orthodox Church of the Annunciation of the Most Holy Theotokos, is a small Gothic building built at the Servite monastery. It is located below Vyšehrad in the valley of the Prague Botič Stream, in Prague's New Town. The church is consecrated to the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary and, together with the monastery, has been a monument since 1958. It was founded by Charles IV on 24/03/1360 and built between 1360 and 1375. Its current appearance is mainly in the neo-Gothic style. Since 1995 it has been used by the Orthodox Church.

Wikipedia: Kostel Zvěstování Panny Marie Na slupi (CS)

33. svatý Václav

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svatý Václav

The Chapel of St. Wenceslas in Prague-Suchdol was probably built in 1755 on the site of a brick bell tower, which was built in 1704 by the Suchdol reeve Martin Ježek in the plague cemetery from 1680. At that time, the municipality wanted to establish a permanent cemetery here, but the Únětice parish priest did not give his consent, because in 1698 a new cemetery was established in Unětice, where the deceased from Suchdol were buried. After the abolition of the chapel in 1786, it fell into disrepair. In 1807 it was bought by the Suchdol miller Karel Trojan, who had it repaired and reconsecrated.

Wikipedia: Kaple svatého Václava (Suchdol) (CS)

34. Letenská vodárenská věž

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The Letná Water Tower or Letná Waterworks is a 38.3-metre-high five-storey waterworks building built in the Neo-Renaissance style, located in Prague-Bubeneč in Letná, not far from the Sparta Prague football stadium at Korunovační 1000/3, Na výšinách 1000/1. The building currently serves as a library, kindergarten, space for clubrooms and there is also a social hall on the top floor. The tent roof abounds in dormers, and a clock mechanism is placed at the top of the roof in the superstructure. On the top floor there is an external gallery located on corbels.

Wikipedia: Letenská vodárenská věž (CS)

35. Libeňská vodárenská věž

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Libeňská vodárenská věž

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 parts of Libeň. It ceased to fulfil its role in the late 1960s. The tower in the style of a Dutch lighthouse is 42 meters high, on a circular ground plan. Up to 178 m³ of water could be placed in the water tank in the tower. Since 1991 it has been protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic.

Wikipedia: Libeňská vodárenská věž (CS)

36. Sborový dům Milíče z Kroměříže

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The Congregation House of Milíč of Kroměříž is a religious and social centre in Prague's South Town, on the outskirts of the Litochleby housing estate and the park near the Chodov Fortress, in the territory of Chodov. It belongs to the congregation of the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren in Jižní město, with the address Donovalská 2331/53. It was built between 2003 and 2006. The tower gives the building the features of a church. The congregation house is adjacent to the kindergarten building, which served as an asylum center until 2007.

Wikipedia: Sborový dům Milíče z Kroměříže (CS)

37. svatý Václav

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The Church of St. Wenceslas is located in the middle of the Bohnice psychiatric hospital opposite the main entrance. It is an important work of the architect and designer Václav Roštlapil, who is also the author of the Straka Academy – the seat of the government of the Czech Republic. The church is built in the Art Nouveau style and the construction work was carried out by the company of the prominent First Republic businessman and politician Otakar Nekvasil. Despite the historical circumstances, the church currently serves its original purpose.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Václava (Bohnice) (CS)

38. lavička Ferdinanda Vaňka

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Ferdinand Vaněk's bench is an art building located in the public space in front of the National Technical Library building (NTK) in the Dejvice Campus in Prague 6. The art building was chosen by a jury of representatives of Prague 6 and experts. The bench, created as a tribute to Václav Havel, was ceremonially unveiled on 18 December 2017, exactly six years after his death. The location of the bench Ferdinand Vaněk in Prague 6 was motivated by Václav Havel at the end of his life in this city district and is her honorary citizen.

Wikipedia: Lavička Ferdinanda Vaňka (CS)

39. Uhříněves

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Uhříněves Chateau is a Renaissance monument located in the Prague district of the same name. It is a rectangular two-storey building with an indistinct central buttress, which is connected to other farm buildings from the north. The chateau was built at the end of the 16th century by Jan Smiřický, whose manor house forms the core of the chateau building. From 1626 the estate was owned by the Liechtensteins. In 1639 the castle was burnt down by the Swedes. It was modified to its present form by Jan A. of Liechtenstein in 1711.

Wikipedia: Uhříněves (zámek) (CS)

40. Daniel Adam z Veleslavína

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The monument to Daniel Adam of Veleslavín is a bronze monument to the Czech humanist, publisher and printer Daniel Adam of Veleslavín (1546–1599) built on the site in front of the former homestead No. 421/11, which belonged to his father Štěpán Adam, and where Daniel Adam was born. The monument stands in a wooded section of the park near U sady Street in Prague 6 - Veleslavín. This approximately triangular sloping plot of land was renamed from the previously nameless orchard to the Daniel Adam Park of Veleslavín in 2002.

Wikipedia: Pomník Daniela Adama z Veleslavína (CS)

41. svatý Kliment

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svatý Kliment Zbyněk Vacek / CC BY 3.0

The Church of St. Clement, also known as the Church of St. Clement, in Prague's Holešovice is a filial church in the parish at the Church of Sts. Antonín Paduánský, before the position of which was the seat of the parish exhibition in the then Holešovice-Bubny. It is located in the former village of Bubny in the area between Kostelní, Dukla Heroes and Skalecká nad Holešovice Spa near Strossmayer Square. The church is a cultural monument of the Czech Republic (since 1964 registered as a cultural immovable monument).

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Klimenta (Holešovice) (CS)

42. Divadlo Karla Hackera

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The Karel Hacker Theatre is one of the smallest theatres in Prague, founded in Kobylisy in 1913 by a local teacher and patriot Karel Hacker. Karel Hacker is also the founder of the amateur puppet ensemble Jiskra, which is still active here today. The theatre's repertoire includes theatre performances and concerts for schools and kindergartens, but part of the programme is also intended for the general public. The theatre operates with the financial support of the Department of Culture of the Municipal District of Prague 8.

Wikipedia: Divadlo Karla Hackera (CS), Website

43. svatý Jan Nepomucký

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The Church of St. John of Nepomuk is a Catholic Baroque church from 1729 located in Prague in Velká Chuchle on a spur above the Hornbach shopping center. It is located in the Radotínsko - Chuchle Grove Nature Park on the asphalt road connecting the street under the Acacia in Velká Chuchle and Zookoutka in Malá Chuchle. It leads to the A112 cycle route, a yellow tourist brand and the Barrandov Rocks - Chuchle Grove. At the church there is a cemetery and a view of the Vltava valley. Since 1958 it is a cultural monument.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Jana Nepomuckého (Velká Chuchle) (CS)

44. Michelská synagoga

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The Michel Synagogue is a former Jewish house of prayer, located in Prague's Michle on the banks of the Botič Stream, at 124 U Michelského mlýna Street. It is probably one of the most interesting and beautiful historical buildings 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 a house of prayer by the Albert Schweitzer Congregation of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church. The building is protected as a cultural monument.

Wikipedia: Michelská synagoga (CS)

45. Galerie Rudolfinum

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Galerie Rudolfinum was established on 1 January 1994 as a state institution managed and financed by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic. It is located in the historic Neo-Renaissance building of the Rudolfinum in the Old Town) together with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, of which it was a part from 1994 to 2009. From 1 January 2010 to 31 December 2011 it was organisationally attached to the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague. Since 1 January 2012 it has been part of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra again.

Wikipedia: Galerie Rudolfinum (CS), Website

46. Kaple svaté Rodiny

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The Chapel of the Holy Family is located in Prague's Vinohrady district in Pod Nuselských schody Street. It was founded in 1755 by a Prague burgher and magistrate Karel Leopold Bepta, who also bequeathed his fortune to it as a vineyard chapel on the grounds of a homestead later called Vondračka. Bepta had the chapel founded here, supposedly because the people working on his land were "a mischievous and very loose bunch" and the opportunity to attend services in the chapel was supposed to help them get back on track.

Wikipedia: Kaple svaté Rodiny (Praha) (CS)

47. svatá Rodina

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Church of st. The family in Prague-Řepy is a four-wing, two-storey building, which is part of the complex of a former orphanage - the Home of St. Charles Borromeo. The patrocinium of the church corresponds to the main patron saint of the Borromeo Sisters – the Holy Family. The church is located in the western part of the monastery complex. The church façade differs from the monastery part of the building only by the more complex articulation of the southern side with the entrance to the church vestibule.

Wikipedia: Kostel Svaté rodiny (Řepy) (CS)

48. Nerudova Street

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Nerudova Street Wolfgang Sauber / CC BY-SA 3.0

Nerudova is a street in the Lesser Town in Prague 1 that runs from the upper or northwest corner of Malostranské Square in a westerly direction up to Prague Castle. It is one of the most interesting streets in Prague for tourists. It is part of the former Royal Route, where the coronation procession of Czech kings used to cross the Charles Bridge to the Castle. At the upper end, it branches off into Ke Hradu and Úvoz streets. From this place, the Town Hall Stairs also go up in a north-westerly direction.

Wikipedia: Nerudova (CS)

49. Saint Stephen

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The St. Stephen's Church is located in Štěpánská street in Prague 2, New Town. It is a church from the second half of the 14th century, which was built near the Romanesque St. Stephen rotunda. The church was dedicated to St. Stephen, traditionally regarded as the first martyr of Christianity, who was, according to the Acts of the Apostles, a deacon in the early church at Jerusalem who aroused the enmity of members of various synagogues by his teachings. And then rotunda was dedicated to St. Longin.

Wikipedia: St. Stephen's Church, Prague (EN)

50. Panna Marie Bolestná

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The Church of Our Lady of Sorrows at the Elizabethan Sisters is a single-nave high Baroque church with a turret in the front from 1724-1725. It was designed by Kilian Ignaz Dientzenhofer as part of the neighbouring Elizabethan convent with the St. Elisabeth Na Slupi Hospital. Together with the monastery grounds, it is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic. It is located in Na Slupi Street at the southern edge of Prague's New Town, south of the Charles University Botanical Garden.

Wikipedia: Kostel Panny Marie u alžbětinek (CS)

51. Saint Martin

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The Rotunda of St. Martin is located at Vyšehrad and is the oldest preserved rotunda in Prague. From its construction to the present day, the building has undergone many changes, both architecturally and in the way it is used. The rotunda was built in the Romanesque style, and thanks to later reconstructions, this style was preserved through re-Romanization. The current owner is the Vyšehrad Chapter, masses are regularly held in the rotunda and it is possible to look inside by appointment.

Wikipedia: Rotunda svatého Martina (Vyšehrad) (CS)

52. Husův sbor Zbraslav

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Husův sbor Zbraslav Czech Wikipedia user Packa / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Hussite Congregation in Zbraslav is a church of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church located at 694 Pod Špejcharem Street, at the intersection of Elišky Přemyslovny and Matjuchinova Streets in Prague - Zbraslav. The Hussite Congregation is not a listed building, but it is a significant landmark of Zbraslav. The building was created by rebuilding a former granary, which was used for grain storage for over 100 years. The organ inside the choir is protected as an immovable cultural monument.

Wikipedia: Husův sbor (Zbraslav) (CS)

53. Chodovská tvrz

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The Chodov Fortress is a reconstructed chateau and originally a medieval fortress – the most important monument in Jižní Město, protected since 1958. It is a two-storey building surrounded by a park with arcades on the courtyard side, with an almost circular ground plan, which is interrupted in the north by a funnel-shaped entrance. Today it serves as a cultural house and ceremonial hall of Prague 11. Concerts of mostly classical music are held here. There is also a gallery.

Wikipedia: Chodovská tvrz (CS), Website

54. Lobkovická zahrada

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The Lobkowicz Garden in Prague's Lesser Town is the name of the fenced garden of the Lobkowicz Palace and one of the parts of the large park complex on Petřín Hill. In the system of urban green areas, it belongs to the first category of parks and is part of tourism routes. Together with the palace, it has been protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic since 1 January 1964. Its area is 6.69 hectares and it is located at an altitude of 205–305 m above sea level.

Wikipedia: Lobkovická zahrada (CS)

55. Gorlice

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Gorlice is an underground hall in casemates inside the walls of Prague's Vyšehrad. It is located in the northeastern, 33rd bastion, to the east of the Brick Gate. The hall is vaulted with a barrel vault 13 meters high and has an area of about 330 m². Originally, it served as a gathering place for troops and a warehouse for supplies and ammunition. Gorlice was opened to the public after reconstruction in the 1990s. The space is used for exhibitions and theatre performances.

Wikipedia: Gorlice (Vyšehrad) (CS), Website

56. Nanebevzetí Panny Marie

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The Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary in Dolní Počernice is a Roman Catholic parish church in Dolní Počernice, Czech Republic. It was built around 1200 in the Romanesque style. The church in the immediate vicinity of the chateau was rebuilt several times, in the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles. In 1887 it was fundamentally rebuilt in the Neo-Romanesque style, and the interiors were completed in 1904. Since 1958 it has been listed as a cultural monument.

Wikipedia: Kostel Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Dolní Počernice) (CS)

57. Návrat československých perutí RAF

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Memorial to the 70th anniversary of the return of Czechoslovak RAF squadrons. On August 24, 2015, a memorial dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the return of Czechoslovak airmen from the Second World War was ceremonially unveiled in the park near the hall of the old Ruzyně Airport in Prague. The memorial is to commemorate the event when Czech and Slovak airmen from four Czechoslovak RAF squadrons returned to their liberated homeland from Great Britain on 13 August 1945.

Wikipedia: Památník 70. výročí návratu československých perutí RAF (CS)

58. Waldstein Garden

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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 Italian-style garden, which is open to the public and is divided by trimmed 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), Heritage Website

59. red pandas

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red pandas

The red panda, also known as the lesser panda, is a small mammal native to the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China. It has dense reddish-brown fur with a black belly and legs, white-lined ears, a mostly white muzzle and a ringed tail. Its head-to-body length is 51–63.5 cm (20.1–25.0 in) with a 28–48.5 cm (11.0–19.1 in) tail, and it weighs between 3.2 and 15 kg. It is well adapted to climbing due to its flexible joints and curved semi-retractile claws.

Wikipedia: Red panda (EN)

60. Monument to Provost M. Karlach

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Monument to Provost M. Karlach Stanislav Jelen / CC BY-SA 3.0

Vyšehrad is a historic fort in Prague, Czech Republic, just over 3 km southeast of Prague Castle, on the east bank of the Vltava River. It was probably built in the 10th century. Inside the fort are the Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul and the Vyšehrad Cemetery, containing the remains of many famous Czechs, such as Antonín Dvořák, Bedřich Smetana, Karel Čapek, and Alphonse Mucha. It also contains Prague's oldest Rotunda of St. Martin, from the 11th century.

Wikipedia: Statue of Mikuláš Karlach (EN)

61. The Rolling House

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The Rolling House is a sculpture in Dejvice based on a drawing by architect John Hejduk from 1989. It was created in 2019 by students of the Department of Design II of the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University as part of the Summer School of Building on the topic of minimal mobile building, under the guidance of Associate Professor Hana Se. The sculpture was dedicated to the architect Alena Šrámková on the occasion of her ninetieth birthday.

Wikipedia: The Rolling House (CS)

62. svatý Michael archanděl

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Church of Saint Michael the Archangel is a church situated in Prague, Czech Republic. It was built in Romanesque and Gothic style and later rebuilt in Baroque style. The priest and church reformer Jan Hus celebrated masses in the church. The church and adjacent monastery were disestablished during the reforms of the Emperor Joseph II in the 18th century. Later, the buildings served as a warehouse. In the crypt, there are buried rectors of the Prague's University.

Wikipedia: Church of Saint Michael the Archangel in Prague (EN), Heritage Website

63. svatý Jiří

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St. George's Church in Hloubětín is a Roman Catholic parish church in Prague, Czech Republic. It is located in Hloubětínská Street in the cadastral area of Hloubětín in the Prague 14 district. It is a Gothic single-nave church with a number of neo-Gothic modifications. The church is the main church of the Hloubětín parish and is administered by the Order of the Knights of the Cross with the Red Star. In 1958 the church was declared an immovable monument.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Jiří (Hloubětín) (CS)

64. 17. 11. 1989

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17. 11. 1989

On November 17, the commemorative plaque is a commemorative place in Prague on Národní třída, which resembles the events of November 17, 1989. It is a bronze album with a relief of several hands showing the gesture of victory ("Véčko"). The authors of the work are Otakar Příhoda and Miroslav Krátký, who placed the album in the passage of Kaňka Palace in February 1990. In November 2016, the album was moved from the passage to the facade of the house.

Wikipedia: Pamětní deska 17. listopadu (CS)

65. svatý Matěj

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The church of St. Matěj in Dejvice is a small Roman Catholic parish church built in 1771 in the Baroque style. It is also located with an adjacent cemetery on the design above Šarecký valley in Prague 6-Dejvice and forms the dominant of lower Šárka. It falls in the gesca of the II Prague Vicariat of the Archdiocese of Prague. The church dedicated to the Apostle Matějov is the original goal of the Matěj Pilgrimage, known for its gingerbread Bethlehem.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Matěje (Praha) (CS)

66. Břevnovský klášter

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Břevnovský klášter No machine-readable author provided. Sokoljan assumed (based on copyright claims). / CC BY-SA 3.0

Břevnov Monastery is a Benedictine archabbey in the Břevnov district of Prague, Czech Republic. It was founded by Saint Adalbert, the second Bishop of Prague, in 993 AD with the support of Bohemian Duke Boleslaus II. The first Benedictine male monastery in Bohemia, it also has the oldest tradition of beer brewing in the Czech Republic. Brewing was interrupted several times in the history, but up to today, the Břevnov Monastery Brewery brew its beer here.

Wikipedia: Břevnov Monastery (EN), Website

67. Znovuzrození

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Znovuzrození is a 1983 bronze sculpture by Josef Malejovský (1914-2003). It is installed outside the National Theatre in Prague, Czech Republic, on a piazzetta which was named "Náměstí Václava Havla" in 2016 to honor the first Czech president. The statue is a popular subject to artistic interventions - it has been wrapped in bubblegum-like cover, dressed in Carmen costume or into a lookalike of the famous Woman In Gold painting by Gustav Klimt.

Wikipedia: Znovuzrození (EN)

68. Krista spasitele

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The Church of Christ the Saviour and the Prague-Barrandov Community Centre, managed by the community of believers in the Roman Catholic parish at the Church of St. Michael. Filipa a Jakuba Praha-Hlubočepy, is located in Prague 5, Barrandov. The building is intended not only for believers, but for all residents of the Barrandov housing estate. It was completed at the end of 2020 and on October 18, 2021, it was declared the Building of the Year 2021.

Wikipedia: Komunitní centrum Praha-Barrandov (CS), Website

69. Studio DK;Divadlo Kámen

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The Kámen Theatre is Prague's authorial theatre and art salon, 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 over 35 productions during its existence. Initially, it played mainly in several Prague clubs, but from 2004 to 2007 it played regularly in the Jára Cimrman Žižkov Theater and the Celetná Theater.

Wikipedia: Divadlo Kámen (CS)

70. 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), Website

71. svatý Bartoloměj

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The Church of St. Bartholomew is a medieval village church belonging to the Roman Catholic parish, located in the city district of Prague 14, in Kyje. It is a single-nave church built in the first half of the 13th century in the late Romanesque style. To this day, there are original preserved frescoes inside the church, 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)

72. 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)

73. Saint George

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Saint GeorgeDennis 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)

74. Větrník

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The Dutch-type windmill with outbuildings is homestead No. 40, located in the cadastral area of Břevnov, in the city district of Prague 6, in the locality called Větrník. It stands on the edge of the Břevnov monastery garden and forest park along U Větrníku Street, from which it is separated by a high wall, at an altitude of 360 m. Since 1958 it has been registered in the Central List of Cultural Monuments of the Czech Republic.

Wikipedia: Větrný mlýn (Břevnov) (CS)

75. svatý Michal

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St. Michael's Church in Jircháře, Prague - New Town near the National Theatre, specifically the New Town street, which is called v Jirchářích. It is the seat of Czech, Slovak and English congregation of the Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in the Czech Republic. Its architectural style is not uniform due to alterations in different periods and styles. It is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic.

Wikipedia: St. Michael's Church in Jircháře, Prague (EN), Heritage Website

76. Housle

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Housle Pokud má díla používáte mimo projekty Wikimedia, ocenil bych upozornění. Více z mé práce najdete v mé osobní galerii. / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Housle Natural Monument includes a deeply cut erosion gorge west of the local part of Lysolaje, in the territory of its cadastre. The protected area is administered by the Prague City Hall. The entire natural monument has an area of 3.8176 hectares; It is located at an altitude of 290-310 meters, is 20-30 meters deep and 250 meters long. From its outskirts there is a view of other parts of Prague, such as Bohnice and Suchdol.

Wikipedia: Housle (přírodní památka) (CS)

77. svatý Jakub Větší

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The Church of St. James the Greater in Zbraslav is originally a medieval church in the area of today's Prague district of Zbraslav, which belonged to the Zbraslav Monastery and shared its fate with it. It is normally open to the public as part of regular church services. The church houses the remains of the last Přemyslid kings, as well as a panel painting of the Madonna of Zbraslav, paintings by Karel Škréta and Petr Brandl.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Jakuba Většího (Zbraslav) (CS)

78. Saint Martin in the Wall

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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), Website, Heritage Website

79. Panna Maria Vítězná

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The Church of Our Lady Victorious at White Mountain in Řepy in Prague 17 is a place of pilgrimage near the site of the Battle of White Mountain. Located north of Karlovarská Street and southeast of the White Mountain itself in the cadastral area of Řepy, it is also one of the most important monuments of this district. The pilgrimage site with the Church of Our Lady Victorious has been a national cultural monument since 2018.

Wikipedia: Kostel Panny Marie Vítězné (Bílá hora) (CS), Heritage Website

80. Medvědí kašna

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The Bear Fountain in Smíchov is an early Baroque stone fountain in Prague 5-Smíchov, standing since 1945 in the park on 14th October Square, situated in the east-west axis between the Church of St. Michael. Wenceslas and the foreground of the Jirásek Bridge, south of the National House and east of the Smíchov Market. The fountain is the work of sculptor Jeroným Kohl and has been protected as a cultural monument since 1964.

Wikipedia: Medvědí kašna (CS)

81. gorily

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The western lowland gorilla is one of two Critically Endangered subspecies of the western gorilla that lives in montane, primary and secondary forest and lowland swampland in central Africa in Angola, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea and Gabon. It is the nominate subspecies of the western gorilla, and the smallest of the four gorilla subspecies.

Wikipedia: Western lowland gorilla (EN)

82. Milíčova modlitebna

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Milíč's Chapel or Milíč Chapel is a sacral building standing on the corner of Rektorská and Na Univerzitním statku streets in Prague 10–Malešice. Since the end of 2017, it has been used 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 14th-century Czech preacher Jan Milíč of Kroměříž.

Wikipedia: Milíčova modlitebna (CS)

83. Malovanka

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Malovanka, originally called Peterka, was a farmstead after which the entire adjacent area of Střešovice, near Petynka in Prague 6 – Břevnov, is named. In the 18th century, the owner of the homestead was Peterka, whose name the homestead used to bear. In that century, there used to be a coachman's inn here. It probably got its name Malovanka from the nearby Strahov Gate, which is said to have been nicely painted.

Wikipedia: Malovanka (CS)

84. Maisel Synagogue

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Maisel Synagogue Jewish Museum in Prague / Attribution

Maisel Synagogue is one of the historical monuments of the former Prague Jewish quarter. It was built at the end of the 16th century which is considered to be the golden age of the ghetto. Since then its appearance has changed several times, its actual style is neo-gothic. Nowadays the synagogue belongs to the Jewish Community of Prague and is administered by the Jewish Museum in Prague as a part of its expositions.

Wikipedia: Maisel Synagogue (EN), Website, Heritage Website

85. Pomáhat a chránit

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Pomáhat a chránit

The Police of the Czech Republic is the national law enforcement agency of the Czech Republic. It was established on 15 July 1991 under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of the Interior. The agency is tasked with protecting citizens, property and public order and as of 2015, there were around 40,500 employees. Czech state police cooperates with municipal police departments, which are present in local municipalities.

Wikipedia: Police of the Czech Republic (EN)

86. 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 hectares 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 were called Hakenovy sady.

Wikipedia: Kaizlovy sady (CS)

87. Děvín

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Děvín is a distinctive hill in Prague above the left bank of the Vltava River, on the border Hlubočepy and Radlice. The area is part of the Prokopská and Dalejské Údolí Nature Park, the peak falls into the National Nature Reserve Prokop Valley. On the north side of the hill there is a natural monument to Ctirad, from the south, east and north is bounded by the arc of the railway line Prague Semmering.

Wikipedia: Děvín (Pražská plošina) (CS)

88. National Museum of Agriculture

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The National Museum of Agriculture in Prague, Letná, is located in Kostelní Street in the Prague 7 district. 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), Website

89. Maroldovo panorama

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Maroldovo panorama

Marold's panorama The Battle of Lipany is a panoramic painting and the largest painting in the Czech Republic that captures a historical event. It depicts the Battle of Lipany, which took place on 30 May 1434 near Lipany in Central Bohemia. The painting is 11 m high, 95 m wide, and the stretched canvas occupies an area of 1,045 m². The author of the painting is Luděk Marold, other painters collaborated.

Wikipedia: Bitva u Lipan (panoráma) (CS)

90. Paví vrch

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Paví vrch (281 m above sea level) is a hill in Prague-Smíchov, above the bend of Radlická Street. The southern slope forms the slope of the valley of the Radlický brook. On the north side is Santoška Park. Nad Santoškou Street leads to the top of the hill, followed by the serpentine Na Pavím vrchu Street and an unnamed purpose-built road. For pedestrians, the hill is accessible from several sides.

Wikipedia: Paví vrch (CS)

91. svatý František

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The Church of St. Francis of Assisi on the grounds of the Convent of St. Agnes was built as one of the first buildings and the most important church of the monastery. The original Romanesque-Gothic double nave of the church of st. The church of St. Francis has been preserved only in fragments and has been completed in modern times. The surrounding locality got its name from the church – Na Františku.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Františka z Assisi (Anežský klášter) (CS)

92. Kolovratska Garden

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Kolovratska Garden 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 hectares, 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 since 1964, along with the Kolowrat Palace.

Wikipedia: Kolovratská zahrada (CS), Website

93. Mariánský sloup

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The Marian column of Prague is a religious monument consisting of a column topped with a statue of the Virgin Mary, located in the city's Old Town Square. The original column was erected in 1650, shortly after the conclusion of the Thirty Years' War. It was demolished in November 1918, coinciding with the fall of Austria-Hungary. In 2020, the column was reconstructed, being completed on 15 August 2020.

Wikipedia: Marian column (Prague) (EN), Website

94. Trauttmannsdorfský palác

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The Trauttmansdorff Palace or Trčka's Palace is a Classicist palace located in Loretánská Street No. 180/6 in Hradčany in the Prague 1 district. It is named after the Austrian family of Trauttmansdorff. The palace is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic. Since October 2019, the palace has been the seat of some departments of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic.

Wikipedia: Trauttmannsdorfský palác (CS)

95. Saint Apollinaire

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Saint Apollinaire

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), Website

96. zámek Koloděje

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zámek Koloděje Czech Wikipedia user Packa / CC BY-SA 2.5

Koloděje Chateau is a castle rebuilt into a Baroque chateau in Koloděje in Prague. It is located in the Prague-Koloděje district near the eastern outskirts of Prague. It was built near the core of the former village of Koloděje in the entrance part of the extensive Koloděj Game Reserve reserved in the direction of Hájek. The chateau is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic.

Wikipedia: Koloděje (zámek) (CS)

97. Stětí svatého Jana Křtitele

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The Church of the Beheading of St. John the Baptist in Dolní Chabry is a Romanesque branch church standing on a small hill of Bílenecké Square in Prague-Dolní Chabry. It is a Romanesque rectangular church with an apse and Romanesque paintings. Below the church, the foundations of three older sanctuaries have been preserved, of which the rotunda had a floor covered with relief-decorated tiles.

Wikipedia: Kostel Stětí svatého Jana Křtitele (Dolní Chabry) (CS)

98. Bernardo O'Higgins

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Bernardo O'Higgins

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.

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99. 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 the oldest sanctuary in the territory of today's Košíře parish. The current appearance of the chapel dates back to 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)

100. Brána nenávratna

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The Gate of No Return, designed by Aleš Veselý, is a monumental symbol of the place where wartime transports of Jews to concentration camps passed. It was erected on 9 March 2015 at the Prague-Bubny railway station, which is to become a memorial commemorating the place from which 50,000 Jewish citizens of Czechoslovakia were deported to the ghettos in Łódź and Terezín during World War II.

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