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Prague War Cemetery inside the Olsany Cemetery

Olsany Cemetery: Largest Necropolis of Prague

Olsany Cemetery is the biggest necropolis of the Prague and iconic places with its exceptional art nouveau monuments and artworks. Actually, Olsany Cemetery consists of a couple of different cemeteries. In times, each of these cemeteries extended and became one and the biggest cemetery in...

Dancing House Prague: Postmodern Hotel

Dancing House is a unique example of postmodern architecture where is located within the centre of Prague, on the eastern side of Jiráskův most bridge. Construction of the Dancing House was completed between 1992 and 1996. The name of the Dancing House is coming from the very famous...

National Theatre Prague (Národní Divadlo) and its main hall

National Theatre Prague: Národní Divadlo

National Theatre Prague or with original name Národní Divadlo is center of the culture of Prague and a national monument for Cezch. When it comes to cultural activate in Prague, National Theatre Prague (Národní Divadlo) is the first places come to the mind. The main building of the...

John Lennon Wall: Graffiti Wall of Prague

John Lennon Wall or Lennon Wall with its more common name is the John-Lennon inspired graffiti wall of with full of lyrics from Beatles songs. After the association of John Lennon on 8 December 1980, he became a pacifist hero for the young Czech people. Actually history of Lennon Wall...

Petrin Lookout Tower: Watch The Bohemia

Petrin Lookout Tower looks very similar to the famous Eiffel Tower of Paris and the best place to enjoy the panoramic view of Prague. Occasionally people who came to Prague for a trip visit Old Town and Wenceslas Square, Prague Castle, Clementinum and more but Petrin Lookout Tower is a...

Strahov Monastery and Strahov Library

Strahov Monastery and Strahov Library is 2nd oldest monastery in Prague where was founded in 1143 by Jindrich Zdik, Bishop John of Prague and Vladislaus II, Duke of Bohemia. Strahov Monastery and Strahov Library are located very close to the Prague Castle and Petrin Hill. You should spare...

The Jewish Quarter (Josefov) and Old Jewish Cemetry

The Jewish Quarter (Josefov) is the Jewish Ghetto neighbourhood of Prague where is located between Old Town Square and Vltava River. Unfortunately, for a very long time, Jews only allowed to live a specific part of Prague. Around the 13th century, Jewish ordered to vacate their houses and...

Prague Zoo: One of Best with Over 6000 Animals

Prague Zoo is one of the oldest zoos where is opened in 1931, also on the top 10 zoos around world list made by the TripAdvisor. Today, it has more than 5000 animals and over 650 species all around the world. More than 130 species of them are in the threatened species. Actually Prague Zoo...