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About this place
Staroměstské náměstí (dříve také Velké náměstí, lidově dnes Staromák) je náměstí v Praze, centrum Starého Města a historického jádra velkoměsta vůbec. Rozkládá se na ploše více než 9000 m² a vede přes něj královská cesta.
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The Old Town is one of the most popular places to visit since everybody wants to see the legendary "Orloj" Astronomical Clock. In the middle ages, this quarter was inhabited by the merchants and the Jewish population.
Walking across the Charles bridge from Lesser town you will reach Old town. Medieval district in Prague. The Old town square belongs also among the most visited places in Prague.
Old Town, or Staré Mesto, is a lively cobblestoned hub with landmark attractions such as the medieval Astronomical Clock and the Gothic Church of Our Lady Before Týn, on Old Town Square. The Rudolfinum concert hall hosts classical music, while the Estates Theatre stages ballet and opera.
I think The Old Town of Prague is really historical, original and amazing place on the earth.
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“These are beautiful gardens! It is place where in Middle Ages one would have found vineyard growing on the streep northern approches to Prague Castle. You can enjoy stunning view and calm atmosphere of great nature!”
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“This is the classic view—most of the people who decide to visit the Prague castle return home with this photo. You can capture all the rooftops of Hradcany, along with views of the Vltava River and its bridges. One of the best times for taking photos is winter, when the rooftops covered in snow make it look like a scene from a fairy tale. How to get there: Take tram 12, 20, 22, or 57. Nearest stop: Malostranské náměstí, plus 10 minutes walking uphill Entrance: Free in the grounds of the castle Insider tips: When you make it to the castle, it is worth exploring the inside; this tour offers great value since it includes entrance to the gorgeous St. Vitus Cathedral and Golden Lane, which are quite expensive when buying separately. Also, keep in mind that every hour on the hour it is possible to observe the ceremony of the changing of the guards at the gates of the Prague castle (free for everyone).”
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“Oldest part of Prague, narow streets and pitoresque buildings. and a lot of turists.”
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“The Estates Theatre or Stavovské divadlo is a historic theatre. W.A. Mozart conducted the 1787 premiere of his opera Don Giovanni here”
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Prague 1, Prague 110 00
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