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    Things to See in Prague: 8 Most Important Places

    Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and has 1.2 million inhabitants, reaching 2 million with its entire metropolitan area. Prague's history has encouraged the city to have an impressive historic centre that is currently the tourist engine of this great city, being the twentieth most visited city in the world.

    In the 18th and 19th centuries Prague experienced its greatest splendor, when it was considered one of the main cities in the world. World War I and World War II made a dent in Prague and undermined its progress but did not prevent the city's impressive cultural heritage from reaching us today.

    Old Town Square: a landmark

    Since the 11th century when the square became a meeting point thanks to a large market located in it, Prague's Old Town Square has not ceased to gain importance for the city, now being the most common meeting point.

    The main attractions of the square are in the adjacent alleyways, and emblematic buildings such as the Town Hall with the Astronomical Clock, the Church of Our Lady of Týn or the Church of St. Nicholas.

    Admire the Astronomical Clock

    This large and complex clock is the main icon of Prague along with the Charles Bridge and is one of the most famous watches in the world, perhaps only surpassed by the Big Ben in London. The watch dates back to 1490 and since its creation it was considered a marvel, so much so that according to legend, the watchmaker who created it, named Hanus, was blinded so that he could not make a copy of his own watch. The most characteristic of the clock is the so-called “parade of the twelve apostles”, a movement of several figures on the clock that occurs every time the clock marks the hours.

    The Church of Our Lady of Týn

    This church located on the Old Town Square is one of the best known in Prague. It has a late Gothic style, having as the most characteristic of its architecture the towers with more than 80 meters high. Prague is often known as “The City of the Hundred Towers” and the Church of Our Lady of Týn has two of the most representative ones in the whole city.

    Appreciate the 30 Statues of the Charles Bridge

    Going to Prague is almost synonymous with crossing the Charles Bridge. This bridge is possibly the most recognizable monument in the city. It was created to cross the Vltava River connecting the Old Town with the Small Town. The bridge usually has a great activity with many passers-by, musicians and other artists, small souvenir stalls, etc. All this being one of the very attractions of the bridge, along with the 30 statues that are placed on the sides of the bridge.

    The Distinctive Powder Tower

    Another of the main monuments of the city of Prague is the blackened Powder Tower. It is a large gothic tower of blackish tone; it has this tone on its façade because of its former function with a gunpowder store. It is also often called Puerta de la Polvora, since the tower has a wide opening at its bottom that allows people to pass through, performing its function as one of the thirteen original doors that in the past allowed entry to the city.

    Come to Prague Castle

    This is the largest castle in the world. It may not be the most famous monument in Prague, but it is certainly the most important monument not only in Prague but in the whole Czech Republic. Inside the fortification there are many alleys in which there are several buildings of great historical value such as the Black Tower, Powder Tower, St. George's Basilica or St. Vitus Cathedral.

    In the Jewish Quarter, Visit the Prague Synagogues

    The Jewish Quarter has some interesting points such as the Jewish cemetery with more than 500 years of history or the Pinkas, Maisel, Española, Alta, Klausen and Old-New synagogues, all known as the six Prague synagogues and which form one of Prague's main attractions.

    Explore the various museums of Prague

    Prague's great historical and cultural heritage is reflected in its museums, many of them with interesting exhibitions. The most outstanding museums are the National Museum, the Communism Museum or the Mucha Museum.

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