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Czech Republic is a very beautiful country with a rich history. There are a lof of sight-seeings, which attract a lot of tourists. Practically all cities, castles, moneral springs and mountain-skiing resorts of the republic are world famous. It is also very important that Czech Republic was able to preserve the monuments of architecture during the Second World War

Historic sights of the Czech Republic included in the World Heritage List of UNESCO. Total included in the UNESCO list are 12 monuments of the Czech Republic, including the historical city-centers of Prague, Hutna Hora and Cesky Krumlov. The most beautiful Czech towns by the readers of Travel in the Czech republic: Prague, Cesky Krumlov, Hutna Hora, Telc.

Charles Bridge
Charles Bridge - the main attraction of Prague. Every tourist seeks to visit. Its history begins in 1380. The bridge was built and named in honor of Queen Jutta of Thuringia, the wife of King Vladislav I, but in 1342 the bridge was almost destroyed and built again. Then he got his current name.
Dancing House
Dancing House - a unique architectural monument dedicated to a pair of dancers, which has already become one of the most famous sights of Prague despite the fact that not infrequently causes heated debates and arguments of critics, architects, and ordinary citizens. This emblematic building, depicting a man and a woman dancing. The house is also called "Ginger and Fred" in honor of the duo's great Hollywood dancers Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire.
The Dancing House was built in 1996 with the filing of the then Czech President Vaclav Havel. Since "Dancing House" was built in a completely different style than the neighboring houses, its construction has caused quite contradictory and often negative feedback. Soon, however, this Prague zest recognized "Landmark of Prague."
Today on the roof of "Dancing House" opened a French restaurant «La Perle de Prague» with stunning views of the city, and the six floors of the building are given offices.
New Town
New Town - the historic district of Prague, founded in 1348 by Charles IV. The appearance of this area is associated with the legend. Once an astrologer predicted Charles IV, that the Old City will be lost from the water, and the Lesser fire. And then it was decided to build another area that will increase the worldwide fame of Prague. Since the Middle Ages in the New Town almost nothing, but the main temples and cathedrals still preserve the memory of a time when the rules of Charles IV.

Currently, New Town - a prestigious residential area.
Old Town
With the X century in the old town settled artisans and trade people. In 1338 John of Luxembourg received town privileges. In the XV century Czech kings was moved to the Old City his residence. The Old Town is the most important architectural, cultural and historical monuments of Prague.

Today the Old Town - the heart of Prague. Romantic narrow streets, magnificent palaces and temples, homes, museums, monuments and sculptures of different styles and eras. Everywhere seen excellent work of the great masters.
Prague Astronomical Clock
Prague Astronomical Clock is a medieval astronomical clock mounted on the southern wall of the Old Town City Hall in the Old Town Square and is one of the most beloved attraction Praguers and tourists of the capital.
Orla was founded in 1410 clockmaker Mikulas Kadan mathematician and astronomer Jan Schindele, taught at the time at the Charles University.
Astronomical Clock consists of moving dolls, spheres and calendar. Clocks showing the position of the sun, the moon, the North Star, and some constellations. Every hour, the skeleton begins to march figures. Chimes is accompanied by a procession of the Apostles in the small window at the top of the chimes. The procession ends with a loud cry of the cock, followed by a chime is heard, batters each hour of the day.
Prague Castle
Prague Castle - the largest castle, located atop a hill on the left bank of the Vltava River. Once the former residence of the Czech kings, now the residence of the Czech president, originated in the IX century. An impressive, Prague Castle is not only the biggest in area (70 000 m²), the presidential residence, but also, perhaps, the largest castle in the world, which enabled him to get into the Guinness Book of Records. In 1992, he was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
The National Museum
The National Museum is located on Wenceslas Square. It is the largest museum in Prague. The main building of the Museum, built in the neo-Renaissance style, is a project of the famous Czech architect Jeff Schultz, and dates from the period of national revival in Prague at the end of the 19th century (1885-1890 years). National Museum includes the History Museum, Natural History Museum, the Czech Museum of Music. Part of the exhibition is located in a building on Wenceslas Square, some are located in other areas of the museum.
Vinohrady is one of the oldest parts of Prague, which is now considered an elite area to stay. By name, we can see that at one time there were vineyards. Now they are only partially preserved in the park Grebovka (Hrebovka). Vinohrady started to be built in the second half of the XIX century. Currently, Vinohrady is a district with Art Nouveau architecture. There is no historical buildings and monuments, but the area is already pretty and wonderful, and definitely worth a visit.
Vysehrad is a castle and historic district of Prague, situated on a hill above the river Vltava, and separated from the ramparts of the New Town. He is regarded as the first center of the Czech state. Vysehrad was founded in the X century, and according to legend, it was here that Princess Libuse Prague predicted the rise and worldwide fame. During the reign of Charles IV coronation procession began here Czech kings. In 1962 Vysehrad was given the status of a national cultural monument. Today this place is ideal for walks, picnics and romantic meeting among both residents and tourists.
Wenceslas Square
Wenceslas Square is located in the heart of Prague and is popular not only among tourists: it is one of the favorite places of the cizizens of the city. Most sight-seeings in the area can be considered relatively "young" speaking aboit their age. It all began with a small settlement, which was called Stare Mesto and was located in 1348. At this point, as there were several large markets. The longest existed one - Horse Market, which in 1848 was renamed as a Wenceslas Square. It was only at the beginning of the XX century, when the area is surrounded by various shops and shops, this place was considered an elite residential district. That kind Square, which was formed in 1920, can be seen now. Preserved almost all the buildings of the time, and if not set of lights modern shops could be a confidence to say that the area has kept the traditional features of the old Prague. Flourished in the 20-ies of XX century: it was then that, after the merger Prague suburbs, there was erected a few banks, paved average series for trams and created a large car park.
Zizkov Television Tower
Zizkov Television Tower is a television and radio broadcasting tower, located in the Zizkov district. It was built in 1992. With the height 216 meters it has become he tallest building in the Czech Republic. The tower is part of a complex Tower Park Praha and is a favorite destination among tourists, but it can be noticed from almost anywhere in Prague. It is covered with masses of dark legends and rumors. Her love and hate at the same time.

The tower consists of three concrete pillars, which are connected by cross-platforms, which are broadcasting equipment, restaurant, café and three survey areas, which offers a spectacular panoramic view of Prague. On the face of the tower resembles a rocket. If you look closely, you can see her unusual shapes crawling babies handiwork flamboyant architect David Black.