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Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. It is crossed by the Vltava river.

There are approximately 1,259,079 inhabitants.

The name of the inhabitants of Prague is Praghesi [Source?].

The flag of Prague is divided into 2: above it is yellow and below it is red.

Celebrations[edit | edit source]

In Prague we celebrate: Christmas, New Year's Day, Labor Day, Easter Monday, Liberation Day and Christmas Eve and Boxing Day

Popular monuments/places monument[edit | edit source]

Monuments to see in Prague are: Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, Lenon Wall and St. Vitus Cathedral,Old Town Hall, The Astronomical Clock,

Old-New Synagogue, Jewish Museum, Powder Tower, Municipal House, Church of St Nicholas, Church of Our Lady of Victory.

Nickname (for example Paris is called "the City of Light")[edit | edit source]

Prague is called the city of 100 towers or The City of a Hundred Spires.

Particularity[edit | edit source]

A peculiarity of Prague is the medieval astronomical clock,beer is better than water, bread is delicious, men still use sandals with stockings.....[Source?]

Gastronomy[edit | edit source]

The typical dish of Prague is the Gulasch,hlavní chod,polévka,-Beef steak tartare -Kulajda -Wiener sausages -Svickova -Roast duck -Schnitzel with potato salad -Fried cheese-Fruit dumplings -Kolache -Buchty -Vetrnik -Chlebicek -Kremrole -Beer and Czech beer snacks[Not clear]

Quotation in literature or ....[edit | edit source]

In Prague there is a hybrid called Prague and it was made by a writer named Franz Kafka, Prague is a book by the Mondadori[Not clear]

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Bibliography[edit | edit source]

External link[edit | edit source]

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