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1. Českobratrská modlitebna
The Evangelical Church of the Parish Church of the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren is a sacral building built between 1930 and 1931 in Prague's Smichov, Na Doubková Street. The author of his ideological design was Filip Křížek, whose son Jaroslav had designed the building. However, the choir did not have enough funds for the construction of the church, and therefore decided to issue lots lottery, whose proceeds helped to pay part of the costs. Nevertheless, the choir was indebted and the installments were washed until World War II. The opening ceremony of the new building of the church took place on 28 September 1931 and the first sermon was made by the university professor František Bednář. At the beginning of the 21st century, members of the choir considered a major reconstruction of the interior of the house. The corps officials first chose the proposal of architect Hana Seho, who did not receive the support of other members of the choir and therefore was abandoned. The next selection procedure resulted in the proposal of the MCA studio, which is eventually implemented.
2. Cihelná brána
The brick door, which is also the new door, is the Imperial Gate of Vy š ehrad in Prague. It is located in the north of Sheikh Radzburg and provides the entrance to the castle from the north and the new city. From the new city, you can access the gates from Vy š ehrad's Vratislavova Street, followed by V Fortress Street. The brick doors were built on the basis of a project by Johann Weiss, a female engineer, in 1835. 4. In November 1841, together with the new road of Vy š ehrad, it connected the new town with Pankrac. The gate was built by the tallest purple-red Karel Chotka in the Czech kingdom. Brick masonry is used for the outer wall of brick door. The internal space of the gate is three parts, with the middle passing through the road and the side space forming the pedestrian entrance. Entering Casemat through the gate, you can also find one of the two Veshrad information centers.
Rokoska is a residence in the 8th district of Prague, Libini. The original building retained only one Rococo Castle, which sits on the highest hill and was rebuilt in the final quarter. In the 18th century, it was owned by ProkopGinely. However, according to other sources, the author of the reconstruction is M. š member. There are scattered vineyards around the building, which were later merged into a whole. After 1836, he bought J. Lendecke's building and converted it into a sugar factory. The building has been a slum since 1890. In 1903, the castle was purchased by Prague's municipal authorities and a city education center was established in it. Considering the need for more educational space, in 1907, it began to build an educational facility east of the castle, which was then moved there by educators.
4. Uměleckoprůmyslové muzeum v Praze
Founded in 1885, the Prague Museum of Decorative Arts is housed in a Neo-Renaissance edifice built from 1897 to 1899 after the designs of architect Josef Schulz. It opened in 1900 with exhibitions on the first floor. The Museum's rich collections include decorative and applied arts and design work ranging from Late Antiquity to the present day with focus on European objects, particularly arts and crafts created in the Bohemian lands. The impressive interior of the permanent exhibition, “Stories of Materials,” offers visitors an excursion into the history and development of decorative arts in the disciplines of glass, ceramics, graphic art, design, metal, wood and other materials, as well as objects such as jewellery, clocks and watches, textiles, fashion, toys and furniture.
5. Husův sbor
The Hus Congregation of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church in Prague-Holešovice is located in Farského Street in the house No. 1386/3, near Strossmayer Square. The street is named after Karel Farský, the founder and first patriarch of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church. The Hus Congregation in Holešovice was built in 1935–1937 according to a design by architect František Kubelka as a multi-purpose new building. On the ground floor of the apartment building was established a prayer room, lined with marble, and in the underground columbarium, considered one of the largest in Europe. The dominant feature of the building is a Byzantine cross in the façade and a modernist tower with a chalice. The poet František Hrubín lived in the residential part of the Hus Choir.
6. Muzeum Policie ČR
Czech Police Museum – is a museum located in the historical centre of Prague dedicated to the history of law enforcement on the territory of the Czech Republic and former Czechoslovakia. The museum is located on the grounds of the former Augustinian monastery, in the Karlov neighbourhood in the New Town of Prague, which was founded in 1350 by Charles IV. The monastery was previously the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St Charles the Great. When monastery was abolished by Emperor Joseph II, it passed into the possession of the state, and served at first as a warehouse, later as hospital for the treatment of infectious diseases, almshouse and during World War I a centre for army convalescents.
7. Leopoldova brána
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 Pankrác was built through Vyšehrad.
8. Havlíčkovy sady
Havlíčkův sady or Gröbovka or Grébovka is a park of mixed Neo-Renaissance and Neo-Romantic concepts in Prague 2 in Vinohrady, near Vršovice and Nusle. On the north it is bordered by the streets U Havlíčkových sadů and Rybalková and on the south by the Botič stream. The park is situated at an altitude of 200–245 m and has an area of 11 ha, of which 1.7 ha is occupied by vineyards. It was built between 1871 and 1888 as the garden of the Gröb Villa, which was built by the Prague industrialist Moritz Gröbe, a partner of the lanna and Šebek company. The total cost of building the complex amounted to CZK 1,760,000, which represents approximately CZK 500 million at present.
9. Herkulova kašna
The fountain with the statue of Hercules is a fountain standing approximately in the middle of the garden na Valech, in front of the so-called Great Bellevue. It was placed here in 1923, together with the early Baroque statue of Hercules, which was brought here from the fountain to the First Castle Courtyard – which no longer exists today. The statue made of Žehrovice sandstone represents a mythical hero who opens the mouth of a lion, from which a spring of water flows into the reservoir. The reservoir itself, supposedly made of Mšenský sandstone, is decorated with Roman motifs, with the Slovak emblem at the head. The fountain comes from the workshop of Jože Plečnik.
10. Malá Pálffyovská zahrada
P á lfphyov Gardens is located in Mal á Strana, Prague, below the castle. In the north, it is adjacent to the NaValech Gardens, and in the south, it is connected to the buildings of the Palffyov Palace. From the west, it is adjacent to the Ledebursk á garden and to the east of Kolovratsk á. This is a Baroque garden founded in 1751 by AnnaMaria of Füstenberk. He owned the name of Eduard P á lffy, Earl of Edöd, and he bought a palace called P á lffyovsky in 1881. Functions are divided into small and large. Today, the gardens are part of a paid display of the Palace Gardens. Along with Palffyov Palace, it is protected as a cultural monument in the Czech Republic.
11. svatý Jan Nepomucký
The Roman Catholic Chapel of St. John of Nepomuk in Prague 6-Dejvice at the intersection of U Matěj and Starý streets is the only preserved of the twelve early Baroque chapels from the second half of the 17th century, which lined the pilgrimage route from the corner to the Church of Sts. Matěj. The chapel was significantly modified in 1876. At the end of the 1990s, the chapel without the knowledge of the monument organs was carried out to the facade to its present form, in which the classicist stucco decor was removed. The polychrome and gilded wooden statue of John of Nepomuk from the late 18th century, which stood in the niche, is stored on the parish.
12. U Jákobova žebříku
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.
13. Botanická zahrada Malešice
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.
14. Národní galerie v Praze - Veletržní palác
The National Gallery in Prague, since 2018 presenting itself under the name Of the National Gallery Prague and the abbreviation NGP, is a state organization managing the largest collection of fine arts in the Czech Republic. The gallery was created from a privately initiated picture gallery, which from the end of the 18th century publicly exhibited originally borrowed paintings, gaining its current character in the 1st 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.
15. Pamětní deska obětem mučení
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.
16. Zvěstování Přesvaté Bohorodice
The Church of the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary on the Trávníček, or the Orthodox Church of the Annunciation of the Holy Mother of God, is a small Gothic building built in the Servite Monastery. It is located under Vyšehrad in the valley of the Prague brook Botič, in the New Town of Prague. The church is dedicated to the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary and together with the monastery has been a monument since 1958. It was founded by Charles IV. March 24, 1360 and built between 1360 and 1375. Its current appearance is mostly in Neo -Gothic style. Since 1995 it has been used by the Orthodox Church.
17. Vávrova vyhlídka
Branice rocks are a natural monument in Prague-Branik, which was announced on April 29, 1968. And the Central List of AOPK of the Czech Public transport. They are bounded in the east through the street in Dobeška, in the west through the Modřanská Street, in the north through the street High Road and in the south the old road, which separates them from the school hill. The protected area occupies an area of 9.1 hectares at an altitude between 190 and 264 m above sea level and includes the School Hill and Branice Rocks with the Dobeška forest park. The protected area is managed by the City of Prague.
18. Obětem náletu 14.2.1945
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.
19. Z vlastního rozhodnutí
From his own decision - 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 meter high street lamp whose light is headed up to the bridge. On the lamp column, a sign with the inscription "Memento Mori - those who took their lives in these places were to be stated in these places." Originally, the number of people who died under the brid It is not known, it has been abandoned from this intention.
20. Nalezení svatého Kříže
The Baroque temples of St. Croce and St. Helena are located in Prague-Stodo š lky, in a section called H á je, outside of construction, on the south side of railway line 122, between Praha-Stodo š tälky station and Praha-Zli í n railway station, about 150 meters west of Jeremi á š ov street, opposite B á nek bus station on Ha á ju š i š ek street. Around the temple, the gravel-dry pavement runs from Jeremiah Street to the Garden Settlement and Haya Courtyard. From Hatch's yard, it leads to the hall of communication. Temples are protected as cultural monuments in the Czech Republic.
Vidoule is one of the Prague hills. The three belts of its slopes are protected as a natural monument Vidoule. This distinctive table mountain decomposed in the northwest tip of Jinonice, between the baskets and Butovice, is a remnant of horizontally stored chalk layers with outcrops on the edge. It is an important refuge for small animals and an important landscape element. From the east, the road is bounded by the road connecting the Cibulka Park with Jinonice, and on the west side it smoothly passes into a meadow surrounding the Stodůlecké housing estate.
22. Libeňská vodárenská věž
The Lib á sk á water tower, located at the intersection of today's streets Davidkov and Na Slovanec, was built in 1904 by Franti š ek Schlaffer. It is part of the Karan Ã © water supply system and provides drinking water for the lower parts of Lieberna. It ceased to function in the late 1960s. Century. The Dutch lighthouse tower is 42 meters high and on the circular plan. Up to 178 cubic meters of water can be placed in the water in the tower. It has been protected as a cultural monument in the Czech Republic since 1991.
23. svatý Kliment
The Church of St. Clement, also known as the Church of St. Clement, in Prague's Holešovice is a branch church in the parish at the Church of Sts. Antonín Paduánský, whose position 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).
24. Galerie Rudolfinum
The Rudolfinum Gallery was founded on 1 January. In January 1994, as a national institution, it was managed and funded by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic. It sits alongside the Czech Philharmonic in the historic Neo-Renaissance Rudolfina building in the Old City, which was incorporated in 1994-09. From January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2011, it organized the connection at the Art Industry Museum in Prague. Since January 1, 2012, it has once again become a part of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.
25. Vysoká synagoga
High Synagogue was financed by Mordechai Maisel, and it was finished in 1568, the same year as the Jewish Town Hall. Probably it was modelled after High Synagogue, Kraków, which was built in 1556 in Poland. The house was designed by P. Roder in Renaissance style. It was designed as a preaching place for councilors of Jewish town hall. In the center there were bimah, surrounded by seats. Mordechai Maisel gave pieces of Torah and silver tools to the synagogue. The stucco ceiling was gothic ribbed vaulting.
26. svatý Štěpán
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.
27. Letenská vodárenská věž
The Letna Water Tower or Letna Waterworks is a 38.3 meter high five-storey water building built in the Neo-Renaissance style, located in Prague-Bubenč on Letná not far from the Sparta Prague football stadium at CZK 1000/3. The building currently serves as a library, kindergarten, space for clubrooms and on the top floor there is also a social hall. The tent roof abounds in the dormers, an hourly machine is placed in the superstructure. On the last floor there is an outer gallery located on Krakorec.
28. Panna Marie Bolestná
Elizabeth's Church of the Seven Pains of the Virgin Mary is a single-tower Baroque church with a facade from 1724 to 1725. He was designed by Kili á n Ign á cDientzenhofer as part of the neighboring monastery of Elizabeth, in collaboration with the Holy Hospital. Elizabeth Slopie. Along with the area of the monastery, it is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic. It is located on Na Sloupi Street on the southern edge of Prague New Town, south of Charles University Botanical Garden.
29. Lobkovická zahrada
The Lobkovice Garden in the Lesser Town in Prague is the name of the fenced garden of the Lobkovice Palace and at the same time one of the parts of the extensive park complex of Petřín Hill. In the system of urban greenery, it belongs to the 1st 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 ha and is located at an altitude of 205–305 m above sea level.
Gorlice is an underground hall in casemates inside the walls of Prague's Vyšehrad. It is located in the northeast, 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. It originally served as a gathering place for troops and a warehouse for supplies and ammunition. Gorlice was opened to the public after reconstruction in the 90s of the 20th century. The space is used for exhibitions and theatre performances.
31. svatý Antonín Paduánský
Anthony or Antony of Padua or Anthony of Lisbon was a Portuguese Catholic priest and friar of the Franciscan Order. He was born and raised by a wealthy family in Lisbon, Portugal, and died in Padua, Italy. Noted by his contemporaries for his powerful preaching, expert knowledge of scripture, and undying love and devotion to the poor and the sick, he was one of the most quickly canonized saints in church history. He was proclaimed a Doctor of the Church by Pope Pius XII on 16 January 1946.
32. Kaple svaté Rodiny
Sagrada Familia is located in Vinohrady, Prague, on Nuselsk é hody Street. It was founded in 1755 by Karel LeopoldBepta, a citizen of Prague and chairman of the municipal council, who also left his wealth to her as a vineyard for the estate that became known as Vondr á č ka. Bepta is said to have set him up here because people working on his land are "dissolved and very unfettered" and the opportunity to participate in church services should help them get back on the right path.
33. Písecká brána
Písek Gate, also called Bruska Gate is a former city gate of Baroque fortification of Prague, Czech Republic. Once belonging to the fortification section called Marian Walls it is located in K Brusce Street in the Hradčany neighbourhood, not far from Hradčanská metro station. Other sights in the vicinity include Royal Summer Palace or Villa Bílek. Nowadays Písek Gate is the only preserved gate of the city proper and one of four remaining of the whole fortification system.
34. svatý Martin
The Rotunda of St. Martin is located in Vyšehrad, it is the oldest preserved rotunda in Prague. From construction to the present time, the building has undergone many changes, whether architectural or use. The rotunda was built in the Romanesque style, thanks to later reconstructions this style was preserved through re-romanticization. The current owner is the Vyšehrad chapter, Masses are regularly held in the rotunda and it is possible to look inside by appointment.
35. Valdštejnská zahrada
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.
36. Michelská synagoga
Michel's synagogue is a former Jewish prayer area, located in Michli, Prague, near the stream of Boti č, on Michel's Mill Street. P. 124. It is probably one of the most interesting and beautiful historic buildings in the city of Michel and one of the few suburban synagogues that were not destroyed during the occupation. Currently, the synagogue uses the church of Alberto Schweitzer Church as its prayer room. The building is protected as a cultural monument.
37. svatý Bartoloměj
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, 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.
38. svatý Mikuláš Tolentinský
Nicholas of Tolentino (Latin: S. Nicolaus de Tolentino,, known as the Patron of Holy Souls, was an Italian saint and mystic. He is particularly invoked as an advocate for the souls in Purgatory, especially during Lent and the month of November. In many Augustinian churches, there are weekly devotions to St Nicholas on behalf of the suffering souls. November 2, All Souls' Day, holds special significance for the devotees of St. Nicholas of Tolentino.
39. svatý Matěj
St. Martin's Church in Dejvice is a small Roman Catholic parish church built in 1771 in a Baroque style. It is also located in an adjacent cemetery above the č á recky valley in Prague 6-Dejvice and constitutes the main attraction of Lower č á rka. It falls into Gesture II. The Prague vikarat of the Archdiocese of Prague. The church of Matüjovsk is the original destination of Matüjovsk's pilgrimage and is known for its gingerbread Bethlehem.
40. Karlův most
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.
41. Výstaviště Praha Holešovice
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.
42. svatý Jiří
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.
43. Panna Maria Vítězná
The Church of Our Lady of Victory on Bílá Hora in Řepy in the prague 17 district 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 proper in the cadastral area of Řepy, it is also one of the most important monuments of this district. The pilgrimage area with the Church of Our Lady of Victory has been a national cultural monument since 2018.
44. Krista spasitele
Church of Christ Savior and Community Center Prague-Barrandov, managed by the Community of Believers in the Roman Catholic parish at the Church of Sts. Filip and Jakub Praha-Hlubočepy were completed at the end of 2020. It is located in Prague in Barrandov and is intended not only for believers, but to all residents of the Barrandov housing estate. On October 18, 2021, the building was announced by the construction of the year 2021.
45. svatý Michal
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.
46. Vojenský historický ústav Praha
The Military History Institute Prague is a museum, scientific research and library facility of the Ministry of Defense of the Czech Republic. Its mission is to consistently and purposefully collect written and material monuments, especially for the history of Czech and Czechoslovak military and army, professionally care for these funds and collections, scientifically examining, processing and making them accessible to the public.
47. svatý Martin ve zdi
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.
Malovanka, the original name Peterka was a farmstead, according to which Malovanka is called the entire adjacent area of Střešovice, near Petynka in Prague 6 – Břevnov. The owner of the homestead in the 18th century was Peterka, whose name the homestead used to bear. In that century there used to be a coaching forman pub. Malovanka probably got its name from the nearby Strahov Gate, which was supposedly nicely painted.
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 northern side of the hill there is a natural monument to Ctirad, from the south, east and north, the hill is bounded by the arc of the railway line Prague Semmering.
Petřín is a hill in the centre of Prague, Czech Republic. It rises 327 m above sea level and some 130 m above the left bank of the Vltava River. The hill, almost entirely covered with parks, is a favorite recreational area for the inhabitants of Prague. The hill is featured prominently in Franz Kafka's early short story "Description of a Struggle" and briefly in Milan Kundera's novel The Unbearable Lightness of Being.
51. svatý Jiří
The Church of St. George in Hloubětín is a Roman Catholic parish church in Prague. It is located in Hloubětínská Street in the cadastral area Hloubětín in Prague 14. It is a Gothic single -nave church with a number of neo -Gothic modifications. The church is the main temple of the Hloubětín parish and is managed by the Order of Cruisers with a red star. In 1958 the church was declared an immovable monument.
52. Národní pedagogické muzeum a knihovna J. A. Komenského
The Educational Museum of J. A. Comenius is the older name of a specialized museum institution, devoted to pedagogy and the history of Czech education. Since 1 July 2011, the institution entitled National Pedagogical Museum and Library of J. A. Comenius has been part of the institution. It is located in Valdštejnská Street in Malá Strana in Prague, opposite the main building of the Senate of the Czech Republic.
53. Božena Němcová
The monument of Božena Němcová is located on the grassland against the palace Žofín on the Slavonic island in Prague. The statue is the work of Karel Pokorný from 1955 and the location of the monument is related to the social life of Božena Němcová and balls in the Žofín Palace. The monument is a cultural monument of the Czech Republic registered in the central list of cultural monuments since 1962.
Brouk is a moving statue of the Czech artist David ă n Ã ©, 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.
55. svatý Václav
The wine cellar in the square Kl í ž ovnick é is a sandstone early baroque pillar with a statue of St. Vaclav, a 1676 work by John George Bender. Standing in the Church of the Holy Sacred. In the Old City of Prague and beneath the pillars, Sefrinsk å Franti š ek Sefrinsk å is the remnant of the Juditin pavement of Bridge 12. Century. The statue and tile pillars have been a cultural monument since 1964.
56. svatý Ignác
St. Ignatius Church is a church in Prague, Czech Republic. Located on Charles Square, the church was designed by Carlo Lurago in the early Baroque style, and built between 1655 and 1677. The church was built as part of the new Nove Mesto residence of the city's Jesuits, the third largest Jesuit complex in Europe, and dedicated to their patron saint and founder of the Jesuit Order, St. Ignatius of Loyola.
57. Národní zemědělské muzeum
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.
58. svatý Jan Nepomucký
The Church of St. John of Nepomuk was built in functionalist shapes with Classicist elements in 1942 according to a project by Jaroslav Čermák and is located in Nepomucká Street in Prague Košířy. The architectural design included all the interior furnishings and decorations, including the altar, pews and accessories for the Mass. The church is dominated by a 55-meter-high tower on a rocky bedrock.
The pub Na Písek, locally known under the name near Tyšerů and later nicknamed Houtyš, was in the house on the corner of Na Hanspaulce and Krocinovská streets in the Hanspaulka Vilni district in Prague's Dejvice. From the mid -1970s to the early 1990s, it became a cultural center of the Hanspaul Music Literary Society. Then the restaurant ended the operation and offices are located in its premises.
60. Mariánský sloup
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.
61. Panny Marie Altöttinské
The Chapel of the Virgin Mary of Altöttinská stands in Prague and was founded by the Order of Theatins. Specifically, it stands in the Břevnov district between the former farmhouses Kajetánka and Petynka in the valley below Tejnkou, which stretches from Břevnov towards Prague. The chapel is not far from Radimova Street of the descriptive number 447 stands on an untreated plot and has no purpose.
62. Kolovratská zahrada
Kolovrat Garden is one of the palace gardens below Prague Castle. It is sitting on a steep slope behind the Kolovrat 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 both palaces by the courtyard. It has been a protected cultural monument since 1964 together with the Kolovrat Palace.
63. svatý Apolinář
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.
64. Kaizlovy sady
Kaizlovy sady is a public park in Prague 8-Carlín. They are located west of the Invalidovna building between the streets near the Invalidovna, Sokolov and Hybešov. They have an area of 1.7 ha and lies at an altitude of 186 meters. They were named after the university professor and lawyer Josef Kaizl. They follow the park in front of the Invalides, before 1989 both parks were called Hakenovy sady.
65. Obřadní síň
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.
66. 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.
67. Alois Eliáš
Alois Eliáš was a Czech general and politician. He served as prime minister of the puppet government of the German-occupied Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia from 27 April 1939 to 27 September 1941 but maintained contact with the government-in-exile. Because of his participation in the anti-Nazi resistance, he was the only head of government who was murdered by the Nazis during World War II.
68. Paví vrch
Steam Mountain (281 m above sea level) is a hill in Praze-Smichov at a bend of Radlick á Street. The south slope forms the hillside of the Radclik Creek Valley. There is Santo š ka Park on the north side. Nad Santo š ka Street is at the top of the hill, followed by the serpentine stone and nameless dedicated road of NadPavi Hill Street. For walkers, the hills can be accessed from many sides.
69. Keplerovo muzeum
The Kepler Museum is a museum of astronomy in Prague, Czech Republic, named for the German astronomer Johannes Kepler. It was founded in 2009, the International Year of Astronomy, with financial support from the Magistrate of the Capital City of Prague and Agentura ProVas, professional and organisational support from the Czech Astronomic Society and using premises owned by Jitka Steinwaldová.
70. Dienzenhoferovy sady
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.
71. Herkulova kašna
The Herkules Hotel is located in the Prague Royal Gardens of Prague Castle. It originated in 1670 and was created by sculptor Jan Ji ™ í Bendl. The sculpture depicts Heraclo struggling with three-headed Kerr. From its muzzle, water is sprayed onto smaller shell-shaped tanks, from where it flows into larger bowls at the bottom. The fountain sits in a huge and beautifully decorated niche.
72. Nanebevzetí Panny Marie
The Chapel of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary on Klamovka is a Baroque building from the 17th century and is thus the oldest shrine in the territory of today's Košířské 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 the Prague district of Košíř, in the lower part of Klamovka.
73. Maroldovo panorama
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. 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.
74. svatý František
The Church of St. Francis of Assisi in the area of the St. Agnes Monastery 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. Františka has been preserved only torsionally and was newly completed. According to the church, the surrounding locality – Na Františku – got its name.
75. Löwitův mlýn
Löwit's Mill, formerly the Great Mill, is an important historical building and cultural monument standing in Thomayerovy sady in Prague-Libeň near Rokytka under the Libeň Castle west of Elsnicovo Square. The current appearance of the building dates back to 1747. In 2002, the mill was damaged by a major flood and since then it has been waiting for reconstruction and further use.
76. Žižkovský vysílač
The Žižkov Television Tower is a unique 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.
77. Nanebevzetí Panny Marie
Known as Vla š sk á capel, the Church of the Ascension of Our Lady in Klementin is a Roman Catholic church, completed in Baroque style in 1600. Charles Street, located in the old city of Prague. The building is connected to the Jesuit Church of Klementina and has a common entrance with the Holy Church. Klimenta was also placed behind the priests of the Church of San Salvador.
78. Trauttmannsdorfský palác
Trauttmansdorff Palace or Trčkův Palace is a Classicist Palace, located in Loretánská Street No.180/6 at Hradčany in Prague 1. It is named after the Austrian family of Trauttmansdorff. The palace is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic. Since October 2019, some departments of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic are located in the palace.
Center for Contemporary Art DOX is a multifunctional space focused on presentation of contemporary art, architecture and design. It was created by the reconstruction of the former factory in Prague's Holešovice district and was opened in 2008. The name DOX is derived from the Greek word doxa, which means, among other things, the way of understanding things, opinion, belief.
80. svatý Michael
The Roman Catholic Chapel of St. Michael Archangel in Prague-Dejvice was built between 1691 and 1700 during the gingerbread homestead. On 6 October 1693 the chapel was consecrated. At the time of the chapel, there were vineyards around the chapel, now surrounded by a residential neighborhood of Hanspaulka and lies near the intersection of Duchoslávka and Na Perikářka.
81. zámek Veleslavín
Veleslavín Castle is a one -storey Baroque building located in Prague's Veleslavín district. The whole chateau complex is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic, which is owned by the Office for Representation of the State in Property Affairs. Since the beginning of the 20th century it has served medical purposes. In 2019 it was offered again for rent.
82. svatý Prokop
St. Procopius Church is the parish church of the district of Žižkov in Prague, Czech Republic. Dedicated to the patron saint of Bohemia, Procopius of Sázava, the three-aisled Neo-Gothic church, located at Sladkovského Square on Seifertova Street, was designed by Bohemian architects Josef Mocker and František Mikš. Its steeple dominates the skyline of Žižkov.
83. Milíčova modlitebna
The prayer room of Mili č is a sacred building located in the corner of Rektor á Street and University farmhouse in 10-Malesice, Prague. The Ochranov Senior Choir of the Czech Brotherhood Evangelical Church, which owns the building and surrounding land, has been in use since late 2017. It was named after the Czech preacher. Jan Mil í č century of Krom ø í č.
84. Brána nenávratna
The gate of irreversible, written by Aleš Veselý, is a monumental symbol of the place where the war transports of the Jews went to concentration camps. It was erected on 9 March 2015 at the Bubny railway station, which is to become a memorial to a place where 50,000 Jewish citizens of Czechoslovakia to Ghett in Lodz and Terezín were deported during World War II.
85. Narození Panny Marie
The Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary in Prague 4 - Michli is a Baroque Roman Catholic parish church, originally built as the Chapel of the Virgin Mary and fourteen holy helpers in 1724. Near the church is the building of the Michele parish, which is spiritually administered. The church is protected as an immovable cultural monument of the Czech Republic.
86. Kongresové centrum Praha
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.
87. Památník Okřídleného lva
The Winged Lion Memorial was unveiled on 17 June 2014 at Klárov in Prague by the British Member of Parliament, Rt Hon Sir Nicholas Soames MP, grandson of Sir Winston Churchill. It is dedicated to the Czechoslovak airmen who served in the Royal Air Force (RAF) during World War II and who achieved acclaim for their contribution to the Battle of Britain.
88. Komunitní centrum svatého Prokopa
The Community Center of St. Prokop is an ecumenical church and the social center of the Roman Catholic parish of Prague-Stodůlky, built in 2001 in the eastern part of the Sun Square in the housing estate Nové Butovice, part of the southwest town, in Prague's Stodůlky, near the metro station and town hall of Prague 13 Neighborhood in Hůrky Street.
89. svatý Michal
Church of St. Michal respectively. St. Michael 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. He gained his pseudo -Romanesque form at the end of the 19th century. It is located in Pod Vyšehrad in Prague 4-Podolí.
90. Franz Kafka
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.
91. svatý Vojtěch
St Voittke's Church in Prague 8-Libeni is a wooden Art Nouveau Santa building designed from 1904 to 1905 by architect EmilKr á l í č ek, who worked in the design office of architect Matej Blechy. At present, it serves the Roman Catholic Church and is the church of the diocese. The church is located near Libe ñ sokolovna on U Meteor Street.
92. Nová libeňská synagoga
The new Lebensk á synagogue is located at Prague 8 at Palmovka Crossroads. Today, it is occasionally used for cultural purposes, using members of the Jewish community in Prague, in particular the Czech Jewish Youth Union, several times a year for its original purpose, namely. The last feast to celebrate Pesach was in the spring of 2019/5779.
93. Max van der Stoel
The Max van der Stoer Monument is a work of art commemorating the Dutch politician Max van der Stoer and his support for Charter 77. The Tree Monument is located in Max-van der Stoela Park in Prague 6. His authors are sculptor Dominic Lang and architect James Redke. The project was established in 2017 with the support of the Dutch Embassy.
94. svatý Tomáš
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.
95. svatý Jiljí
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 from the 14th century. 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.
96. svatý Cyril a Metoděj
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.
97. Pamětní deska I.C
The Prague Metro is the rapid transit network of Prague, Czech Republic. Founded in 1974, the Prague Metro now comprises three lines, serving 61 stations, and consists of a transit network 65.2 kilometres (40.5 mi) long. Prague Metro system served 589.2 million passengers in 2012, making it the fifth busiest metro system in Europe.
98. The Rolling House
The Rolling House is a sculpture, which was created in 2019 by students of the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University as part of the Summer School of Building on the topic of minimum mobile construction, led by Hana Seho. The sculpture was dedicated to architect Alena Šrámková to her ninety -birthday.
99. svatý Jan Nepomucký
The Church of St. John of Nepomuk, sometimes also a military church, is a Baroque new building at the monastery of Voršilka by Kilian Ignác Dientzenhofer. The church is located on the corner of U Kasáren and Kanovnická streets in Prague's Hradčany, approximately 200 meters from Hradčanské Square, near Nové World.
100. Bílkova vila
The Villa Bílek is a house designed by the Czech sculptor and architect František Bílek in 1911. The villa is located in Hradčany neighbourhood of Prague, Czech Republic, several minutes walk from Hradčanská metro station or Prague Castle. It was designed originally for Bílek himself as his residence and studio.
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