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Prague / Praha
Staré Mesto & Malá Strana 1:10 000, Praha 1:15 000, Prazsky Hrad 1:5 000, Praha & Region 1:100 000, Ceská Republika (West) 1:1 200 000, Public Transport Prague, Czech Republic administrative & time zone
Our soft-laminated folded map of Prague in the 13th edition shows: Old Town & Lesser Quarter 1:10 000, Prague 1:15 000, Prague Castle 1:5 000, Prague & Region 1:100 000, Czech Republic (West) 1:1 200 000, Public Transport Prague, Czech Republic administrative. Borch Maps are easy to fold, durable and water-repellent with a wipeable surface. Borch Maps show hotels, museums, monuments, markets, public transport, top sights and points of interest, useful statistics, conversion charts for temperatures, weights and measurements, climate charts showing temperatures, sunshine hours, precipitation and humidity, overview maps, time zones, and much more...
Prague, also known as "the Golden City" or "the City of a Hundred Spires" is the capital and largest city in the Czech Republic. Situated in the center of Bohemia (one of the thirteen Czech regions) it is set romantically on the banks of the Vltava River. Prague is home to 1.2 million people with an additional estimated 300,000 commuters. Due to Prague's multifold architectural palette - from ultra modern to Gothic, from Renaissance to Art Nouveau, Baroque, Cubist and Neoclassical - this city has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe since the fall of the iron curtain. Prague Castle, the largest ancient castle in the world, is just one of many sights in this fascinating city. Fortunately, Prague's original architectural structures were not greatly damaged in World War II, the entire historic center of the city has been well preserved and since 1992 listed as a World Heritage Site. Prague is a truly splendid city with a fascinating history and it is well worth a visit - not just for the architecturally inclined.