Prague city center map
Prague map city center. Prague city center map (Bohemia - Czechia) to print. Prague city center map (Bohemia - Czechia) to download. The city center of Prague was built between the 11th and 18th centuries. The map of Prague's city center shows the districts of the Old Town, the Small Town and the New Town. The map of Prague's city center shows the city's monuments such as Hradcany Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral, Charles Bridge and many other palaces and churches.
The map of Prague's city center bears witness to the architectural and cultural influence of Prague since the Middle Ages. Most of the monuments of the Prague city center map were built during the reign of the Roman Emperor Charles IV. The beauty of the city center of Prague is cited by many poets and artists such as Chateaubriand or André Breton.
During the 11th century, the inhabitants of Prague Castle District spread to the east of the Vltava River. Today, the Old Town (Staré Město) has become the most touristy Prague (see the map of Prague's city center). The squares, houses and churches of the Old Town are the most medieval area of Prague.