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Národní památník na Vítkově, Prague

Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web
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  • Very nice job on the pokochanie the most of the historical Prague and also a knowledge of history by visiting the internal exposure
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  • We still had some time to spare during our last days in Prague, so decided to visit also this less tourist monument. You have a serious piece of hiking and climbing to reach the monument, but the green area makes up for it. The monument, the peace and quiet are more than worth it. There were also few other visitors: a big contrast to many sights in the city centre. Also buy a ticket to the elevator to the roof of the building: so you get a beautiful view of the entire city from one of the less crowded neighborhoods.
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  • Monument to Żiżkowie is not one of the flagship attractions of Prague, but you might want to take a moment to get there there is a huge stone block set in a Cenotaph and the National Museum of the martyrs. Where there was once a prominent members of the Czech KC, so after independence it firmly declined, only recently restored it, and the tombs of the Communists kicked out. For a fee, you can go to the observation deck at the top, but even from the bottom, from the monument of the view is amazing, you can see the entire old City, Vyšehrad Castle and most of the Hradczanów. On the square is visible from a distance, a giant figure of John Żiżki on horseback-the largest of this type in Central Europe. The whole mountain is covered with a nice Park, one of the inputs we find for the Army Museum on ul. The Hussite
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  • je to tu obrovske s krasnym a upravenym parkom
  • Interesting, recently renovated, building with a bit troubled history, but definitely worth visiting. Just the view from the rooftop will justify your time getting there and modest admission. I would rate their modern Czechoslovak history exhibit so-so, but it might be just me. BTW, this is the place where they used to display embalmed body of the first communist president Klement Gottwald in late fifties. You can find a small exhibit about the context of this weird part of the Czech history in the underground laboratory.
  • Wonderful place with stunning vistas. A must see, especially if you're new in Prague.
  • Very nice park with the museum at top. Museum is worth visiting. And Jan Zizka looks amazing and intimidating. No wonder for a man who asked to be skinned after his death and use his skin for drums so even in death he can lead his troops to battle!
  • You will get a very good view of the city and very nice landscape from this place!! Definitely a must visit place in the city
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