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Sightseeing in Prague

This page includes basic information on various interesting places in Prague. It contains the position of the most famous buildings and other places.

Prague City Center

The following panoramatic map describes the center of Prague. Numbers show the most important and interesting places in the town. The little squares are the subway stations. If you want to see the detail of the area bounded with the white line, just click on it. New Town

City map of Prague

Here is very nice panoramatic view on all Prague
1 Prague Castle, founded in the 9th century, from the beginning it is the residence of the Bohemian princes and kings; after the foundation of the republic the residence of the President Prague Castle
2 Old Town Square with the Old Town Hall (from the 14th century) and the famous Astronomical Clock Old Town Hall
3 Charles Bridge from the 14th century (the oldest preserved Prague bridge), with 30 statues and statuaries of saints by the leading Baroque sculptors Charles Bridge
4 St. Wenceslas Square, the largest square in Prague; on the top of it there is the Monument of St Wenceslas (1912) and National Museum (Neo-Renaissance) National Museum
5 National Theatre, build from founds collected among people of all the country; burned in 1881 and was re-build in only two years National Theater
6 Square of the Republic with Powdergate and Municiple House (in Art Nouveau style) Municiple House
7 Petrin - hill above the central part of Prague with the outlook tower - over 60 meters high, made from iron, almost the whole Prague can be seen from there in case of a good weather Petrin
CTU The blue circle shows the location of the Department of Computer Science, where the Contest takes place.