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Districts of Prague

Staré Město

The Old Town, or Staré Město, is the authentically Czech part of town. Since the 12th century, merchants and peasants have been coming here to hold a town market and pass the customs of an ancient merchant route. The Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí) has been an integral part of Prague's existence, providing ground for gatherings, celebrations, mourning and executions. The city hall with the famous Astronomical Clock was built in 1338, and the the Church of Our Lady before Týn and the Jan Hus monument soon followed. The monument reminds all visitors of Prague of the Hussite past of the city. Many structures of Staré Město combine several architectural styles and periods: Roman, Gothic, the Renaissance (Enlightenment) and Baroque.
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Stare Mesto (Old Town) of Prague
Malá Strana

Malá Strana is known as the Lesser Quarter or the Little Town. In 1257, king Premysl Ottokar II founded a small town near Prague, where in the Middle Ages a gallows and a pillory had been put. Knights of Malta also populated this area in the centuries to follow, to better protect bridge crossings across Vltava. Starting from the 16th century, German aristocracy had been building palaces here, residences that would match those of kings in beauty and luxury. Arguably the most beautiful church in Europe, St. Nicholas Church, is also located in Malá Strana.
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Malá Strana, Prague
Hradčany

The Castle district, or Hradčany, an area on the western bank of Vltava, towering above Malá Strana near the Prague Castle, has been already populated in the 9th century. Medieval structures were destroyed by a blaze in 1547. Since the 17th century, the wealthy aristocracy and the Catholic clergy had built here magnificent palaces and church residences. Hradčany is especially popular among tourists in terms of accommodation in Prague.
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Nové Město

The New Town, or Nové Město, is the district founded by Charles IV in 1348 for connecting the Old Town (Staré Město) with Vyšehrad. In Gothic and Baroque times, many churches had been erected here. At the end of the 19th century, Nové Město saw significant replanning and reconstruction. Next to the Church of St. Ursula stands a monument to Jan Nepomuk, who was drowned in Vltava in 1393 for his refusal to break the seal of queen's confession. The orthodox Sts Cyril and Methodius Church and the New Town Hall (Novoměstská radnice), from whose windows the Hussites threw Catholics in 1419, are also located here.
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