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Street people in Prague by Mirka KrivankovaStreet people in Prague by Mirka Krivankova

Street People in Prague by Mirka Krivankova

Wenceslas Square, colloquially referred to as Václavák and known as Wenzelsplatz in German, was formerly named Saint Wenceslas Square and originally served as a horse market, known as Rossmarkt in German. Located in the New Town of Prague, it spans 750 meters in length and 60 meters in width, forming an elongated rectangle. The boulevard slopes from the National Museum to Můstek, bordering the Old Town. Over its history, Wenceslas Square has been witness to numerous significant events and has become a traditional venue for demonstrations, celebrations, and other mass gatherings. Often touted as the second-largest square in Prague and the Czech Republic, its upper part stands as the busiest pedestrian thoroughfare in the country.
Educational Trail at Holske Ponds by Mirka Krivankova

Educational Trail at Holske Ponds by Mirka Krivankova

The educational trail at Holské Ponds was gradually developed from the end of 2016 and was completed in 2019. The trail measures 2.7 km, but you don't have to walk the entire length. There are two points where you can shorten or extend your journey by taking the restored path to Zámostský Pond, known as the Forest Circuit.
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