Map Prague Czech Republic for Printing

Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, is renowned for its rich history and stunning architecture. The city has been a political, cultural, and economic hub in Central Europe for centuries.

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Here’s a detailed description of some of the historic places, buildings, streets, and squares that contribute to Prague’s unique charm:

  1. Prague Castle (Pražský hrad):
    • Prague Castle is one of the largest castles in the world, dominating the city’s skyline. It’s a complex of palaces, churches, and gardens.
    • Key attractions within the castle complex include St. Vitus Cathedral, Old Royal Palace, and Golden Lane.
  2. Charles Bridge (Karlův most):
    • This iconic 14th-century bridge spans the Vltava River, connecting the Lesser Town (Malá Strana) with the Old Town (Staré Město).
    • Lined with statues of saints, the bridge offers panoramic views of the city and is a popular spot for street performers and vendors.
  3. Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí):
    • The heart of Prague’s Old Town, the square is surrounded by colorful baroque buildings, churches, and the Old Town Hall with its famous Astronomical Clock.
    • It hosts various events and markets throughout the year and is a bustling center for tourists and locals alike.
  4. Astronomical Clock (Pražský orloj):
    • Located on the Old Town Hall, the Astronomical Clock is a medieval timepiece with a fascinating hourly show featuring moving figurines and apostles.
  5. Wenceslas Square (Václavské náměstí):
    • More of a boulevard than a traditional square, Wenceslas Square is a vibrant hub for shopping, dining, and cultural events.
    • It played a significant role in many historical events, including the Velvet Revolution in 1989.
  6. Powder Tower (Prasna Brana):
    • This Gothic tower was once a part of the city’s medieval fortifications. It served as a ceremonial entrance for Czech kings on their way to Prague Castle.
  7. Josefov (Jewish Quarter):
    • This historic Jewish neighborhood is home to several synagogues, the Jewish Museum, and the Old Jewish Cemetery.
    • The Old-New Synagogue, built in the 13th century, is one of the oldest active synagogues in Europe.
  8. National Museum (Národní muzeum):
    • Located at the top of Wenceslas Square, the National Museum houses extensive collections covering Czech history, art, and natural sciences.
  9. Vyšehrad:
    • A historic fortress located on a hill overlooking the Vltava River, Vyšehrad offers beautiful views of the city.
    • The Vyšehrad Cemetery is the final resting place for many prominent Czech figures.
  10. Golden Lane (Zlatá ulička):
    • Situated within the Prague Castle complex, this narrow street is lined with small, colorful houses. Franz Kafka lived in one of these houses for a brief period.

Prague’s historic sites create a captivating blend of medieval, baroque, and Gothic architecture, contributing to its status as one of Europe’s most enchanting cities. Exploring these landmarks allows visitors to step back in time and appreciate the rich cultural heritage of the Czech capital.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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