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Prague. Part 3


  Saint Procopius Basilica   Not so far from the city center, there is the largest landmark of the Žižkov district, Saint Procopius Basilica. Its donjon towers the surrounding buildings at 73 meters. The temple was built more than 100 years ago and was named in honor of St. Procopius, who lived in the 10th and 11th centuries. His relics are still kept in the temple. Like many religious buildings in Prague, Saint Procopius Basilica is made in the neo-Gothic style, and the architects were Josef Mocker and František Mikš. The front face is decorated with an unusual composition depicting three [...]

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Prague. Part 2

2024-02-19T16:10:58+00:00 Vltava Embankments   The Vltava stretches along the entire Prague and dozens of kilometers beyond its area. Therefore, the embankments run through the entire city and reach 30 km in total. They attract not only tourists but also local people, especially in the center. Here, they can take their minds off the endless bustle of the city, enjoy the wonderful view of the river and breathe the fresh air. Along the embankments, there are also floating restaurants and seaside cafés. People also hold festivals and celebrations in this place.   Zoo   Prague Zoological Garden, or Zoo Praha, is [...]

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Prague. Part 1


The capital of the Czech Republic, Prague, is located in the very center of Europe. It is a true open-air museum of medieval architecture with a wealth of centuries-old history, delicious dishes, safe streets and friendly locals. We visited the city in the summer, the most wonderful time for long walks, sightseeing, enjoying gardens and parks.   The History of the City   Prague is considered the heart of Europe. It also has a long history that goes back 11 centuries. The first mention of Prague is dated to the 9th century, and its foundation is believed to have started with [...]

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