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1 Jewish Cemetery
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Rank: 6 About 198

This Old Jewish Cemetery is located in Josefov which is the Jewish Quarter of Prague in the Czech Republic. It was being used since the 15th Century until the year 1787. It is known to be the oldest Jewish Cemetery...

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Address: U starého hrbitova 243/3a, 110 00 Praha

2 Petrin Tower
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Rank: 25 About 198

A majestic building of the late nineteenth century, two hundred feet high on which you can access, walking up the 299 steps leading to the top. The tower is located on the Petrin hill and offering panoramic views over Prague, it amply repays the...

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Address: Letenskè sady

3 Vysehrad
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Rank: 30 About 198

Vysehrad is one of the oldest places in the city. In the area you can visit the precious Romanesque rotary of St. Martin, the Gothic church of Saints Peter and Paul, the Vysehrad cemetery, which since 1869 is used as the pantheon of the most famous...

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Address: Pevnosti 159/5b

4 National Technical Library
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Rank: 49 About 198

A modern and monumental building, opened in 2009, which houses the Library of Prague. It looks like a huge glass cube, over six floors, with the central part that looks like a place for the idea of providing a meeting point for the public as well as...

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Address: Technická, 6 Praha 6 - Dejvice

The works of David Cerny
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Rank: 54 About 198

Wandering through the streets of the city you will run into bizarre works created by the artist David Cerny from Prague. These works are special designs with provocative and polemical tone, like a series of faceless children (but with the barcode)...

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5 St. Nikolauskirche
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Rank: 87 About 198

The Basilica of st. Nicholas is the largest place of worship in the city after the Cathedral of St. Vitus. It is the masterpiece of the so-called Prague Baroque, the architects that realized it exploited all the characteristic elements of the late...

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Address: Malostranské námestí 558/1

Christmas markets
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Rank: 106 About 198

The Christmas markets in Czech Republic are renowned international markets in Prague. Situated on a small scale, the location is worth visiting. One can experience a fantastic atmosphere in this market. One can...

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6 Prašná brána
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Rank: 136 About 198

The Prašná brána (Powder) is a beautiful late-Gothic tower located in the old city, which was once also one of the main gates of the city. It is one of the symbols of the Czech capital and in it's interiors are often held exhibitions dedicated to the...

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Address: Na Príkope

7 St. George’s Basilica
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Rank: 138 About 198

The Basilica of Saint George is one of the most important Romanesque monuments in Prague. It's interior, very sober, houses a rich collection of works of art. It is distinguished from other churches in the city for the two white towers (called Adam...

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Address: U svatého Jirí 11

8 The Synagogue of Jerusalem
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Rank: 141 About 198

The Synagogue of Jerusalem, or the Jubilee, is one of the most popular Jewish religious centers in Prague. It is placed near the center and this is also one of the most visited buildings. Outside it has a very pretty facade, which makes it one of the...

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Address: Jeruzalémská 7

9 Wallensteinpalais
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Rank: 146 About 198

Wallenstein Palace is an elegant, large building in baroque style. One of the highlights of the building is the main hall, the ceiling on which stands a painting in which Albrecht von Wallenstein is portrayed as Mars, on the bandwagon. What also...

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Address: Valdštejnské námestí 17/4

10 Schloss Troja (The Troja Palace)
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Rank: 164 About 198

The Troja Palace (also referred to by many as the Castle) is considered the main work of the Czech Baroque style. At the center of the building there is an impressive staircase and in front of it, a bronze sculpture. It's rooms are used for a...

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Address: U trojského zamku 4

11 The Spanish Synagogue (Spanische Synagoge)
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Rank: 173 About 198

The Spanish Synagogue is the most recent of those in the Jewish ghetto of Prague. It's construction dates back to the second half of the nineteenth century, it is a beautiful synagogue, it's walls and ceilings are richly painted and decorated,...

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Address: U Staré školy 1

12 Žižkov Television Tower
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Rank: 198 About 198

The Zizkov Television Tower is a TV transmitter, which rises up to 216 meters of hight, a beautiful piece of Hi-Tech architecture. Inside the tower there was a restaurant, now closed, but you can enter the building for a visit.

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Address: Mahlerovy sady 2699/1


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