Prague map

Prague on map. Prague map (Bohemia - Czechia) to print. Prague map (Bohemia - Czechia) to download. Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic (as its shown in the map). Lying at the heart of Europe, Prague is one of the continents finest cities and the major Czech economic and cultural centre. Prague city has a rich architectural heritage that reflects both the uncertain currents of history in Bohemia and an urban life extending back more than 1,000 years.
Prague, "the magical capital of the map of Europe", as André Breton wrote, has the ability to transport the discoverer to the top of a romantic environment. Prague is indeed a city imbued with magic, not only by the legendary presence of the alchemists in the 16th century, but above all by the traces of several cultures that have been intertwined within its walls, in particular the Jewish community, which is very present in the Josefov district in the Old Town of Prague.
Praga, caput regni, "Prague (Praha) capital of the kingdom". This motto happily expresses the vocation of Prague map as a city of art. By kingdom, we mean the state, in the form of the Duchy, the Kingdom of Bohemia, the Czechoslovak Republic and the Czech Republic, but also the society of Prague renewed through the ages, which has always guaranteed a prominent place for this mother city.
The average temperature in August is 17ºC in Prague map, there have been a few summers like 2007 where the thermometers have shown 40ºC. The humid heat and the large number of tourists in Prague can sometimes make the visit heavy. Spring and autumn are the best times to visit Prague. We particularly recommend the months of May and June, when the average temperatures and hours of sunshine are the most favourable.
Prague is in the heart of Central Europe map. Surrounded by Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland, the Czech Republic, Prague is a region of intense cultural and economic exchange. It is also a strategic area. Indeed, the Americans did not choose by chance the location of the BAM radars (Anti-Missile Shield), of which they are surely the centrepiece. The geographical position and the political situation of Prague motivated this choice. Currently the Czech Republic is governed by the Eurosceptic president Vaclav Klaus.