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The Czech Republic
   has the capital   
Prague
The Prague Castle was founded around 880 by prince Bořivoj of the Premyslid dynasty. 1355 Prague becomes the capital of the Holy Roman Empire. The Austro-Hungarian empire falls in 1918 and Prague becomes the capital of independent Czechoslovakia. Czech Republic and Slovakia split into 2 countries on January 1,1993. Prague becomes the capital of the Czech Republic.
Prague
   stands on the   
Moldau
Czech Republic
Prague
   stands on the   
Vltava
Czech Republic
Prague Castle
   is situated in   
The Czech Republic
The Czech Republic
   is the site of   
Historic Centre of Prague
1968
   was the year   
The Prague Spring Occured
Period of political liberalization in Czechoslovakia and the subsequent Soviet crackdown
1635
      
Peace of Prague
Between the Holy Roman Emperor, Ferdinand II, and most of the Protestant states of the Holy Roman Empire.
1866
      
Peace of Prague
Ends Austro-Prussian War.
Mozart's Symphony No. 38
   has the nickname   
Prague
Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Prague
   is at   
50°05'N 14°26'E
Czech Republic
Poland
   has the patron saint   
Adalbert of Prague
The Golden City
   is a nickname for   
Prague
Czech Republic
Prague Cathedral
   is located in   
Czech Republic
The original church, on a rotunda plan, was founded by "good king" St. Wenceslas (of Christmas carol fame) in 925. This was replaced with a Romanesque basilica in the late 11th century.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
The Prague Symphony
Umberto Eco
   wrote   
The Cemetery of Prague
English trans., 2011
Rudolfinum
   is in   
Prague
Dvorak Hall
Smetana Hall
   is in   
Prague
The main space in the Municipal House
1968
   was the year   
The Prague Spring Occured
Period of political liberalization in Czechoslovakia and the subsequent Soviet crackdown
Saint Ludmilla
   is buried in   
Saint George's Basilica, Prague, Czech Republic
Patron Saint of Bohemia, d. 921
Martina Navratilova
   was born in   
Prague, Czech Republic
1956. Ranks among the greatest female tennis players in the history of the sport
Prague, Czech Republic
   is at   
50°05'N 14°22'E
Ruzyne
   International Airport is in   
Prague, Czech Republic
Hub for Czech Airlines, it served 11.6 million passengers in 2006
Museum Kampa
   is situated in   
Prague, Czech Republic
Modern art gallery in Prague
Muzeum Miniatur
   is situated in   
Prague, Czech Republic
Features collection of miniatures by Anatolij Koněnko, a professional artist and pedagogue from Omsk, Siberia.
Franz Kafka
   is buried in   
New Jewish Cemetery, Prague, Czech Republic
Writer, 1883-1924
Gallery Rudolfinum
   is situated in   
Prague, Czech Republic
Art
Olšany Cemetery
   is located in   
Prague, Czech Republic
Largest graveyard in Prague
Jack Sprague
   is called   
"Big Track Jack"
Rafael Kubelik
   is buried in   
Vysehradsky Hrbitov, Prague, Czech Republic
Conductor, 1914-1996
Ted Sprague
   has the power of   
Induced Radioactivity
Killed by Sylar.
Franz Kafka
   was born in   
Prague, Czech Republic
1883-1924. Writer, best known for his short story “The Metamorphosis”
Old Jewish Cemetery
   is located in   
Prague, Czech Republic
Cemetery has 12 layers of graves
Museum of Communism
   is situated in   
Prague, Czech Republic
Situated above a McDonald's in Prague
Antonin Dvorak
   is buried in   
Vysehradsky Hrbitov, Prague, Czech Republic
Composer, 1841-1904






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