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Wenceslas Square

The south end of Na příkopě meets Wenceslas Square (Václvské náměstí) - the 750-metre long and 60-metre wide boulevard. It was first laid out over 600 years ago in the Charles IV period when it was used as a horse market. Since then the square has been a regular parade ground for every kind of person, organisation or political party known in the Czech Republic.

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Prague’s Most Well Known Cafés

The café culture in Prague was at its' height between the late nineteenth century and the nineteen thirties, when the coffee bars in the city allowed a place where writers, activists, political dissidents, journalists and artists could meet. Lots of these cafés were not structurally maintained after World War Two, but six or so are still standing or have been resurrected to the glory of their heydays.

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