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Prague Mala Strana
Prague - the city that you can see in our online camera, is one of the largest cities in Central Europe. For centuries, Prague wore the title of the Bohemian capital. There is the live stream from the Bishops House hotel building, located in the Mala Strana part of Prague (Small town).
Modern Prague is the charming capital of the Czech Republic with beautiful bridges, towers, churches. Especially good is the medieval center of Prague, which you can see in the webcam. There are paved streets, cozy courtyards, shops. Prague successfully combines the spirit of the Middle Ages and the modern atmosphere of a lively and energetic city.
Our live cam perfectly demonstrates the most interesting part of Prague - Mala Strana. This historical area is located between Prague Castle and the Vltava River. It was here, many year ago, appeared the so-called "Hungry Wall". Mala Strana, which is perfectly visible in the online webcam, is one of the most beautiful places in Prague.
The most interesting place in Mala Strana is the Waldstein Palace complex with 5 courtyards and a garden. The palaces are also worth attention: Velikovsky, Kaiserstejnsky and the Palace of Smirzhitsky. In addition to the beautiful buildings that you can see in the live webcam, Mala Strana is rich in beautiful gardens. For example, the picturesque Petřín hill.
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Charles Bridge (Karluv most) is the most famous landmark of Prague, which part is well visible in our live webcam. The bridge was commissioned by Charles IV to replace the Judith Bridge that had been damaged by floods in 1342. The construction was completed in 1402. Later it was decorated with 30 statues of saints with the most famous statue of St John of Nepomuk. A simple walk across the 14th century Bridge is one of the most enjoyable experiences in Prague.
Astronomical clock Strike an Hour
Probably, everyone heard about famous Astronomical Clocks in Prague (Prague orloj). Medieval astronomical clock which are located in the heart of the center of Prague. First installed in 1410 it makes them the third oldest clock in the world. While being in Old Town Hall you can watch the spectacle of the mechanical clock marking the turn of an hour. Clock are the pride of Prague and they never disappoint the visitors.
Old Jewish Ghetto
Josefov or also known as the Jewish Quarter is located between the Old Town and the Vltava River. Its history dates from the 13 century when Jewish people were ordered to leave their homes and to settle in one area. Between 1893-1913 a number of buildings were remodeled, fortunately, most of the significant historical buildings were saved and today they remain a testimony to the history of the Jews in Prague.
Infant Jesus of Prague
Church of Our Lady Victorious with a statue of Infant Jesus of Prague is an average size church located in the Mala Strana that you can see in the live camera online. Everyday hundreds of believers visit this church to pray and make wishes. The origin of the statue is unknown but it has been dated back to the 16th century.
Old Town Square
Old Town Square is a historic square in the Old quarter of Prague. It is located between Charles Bridge and Wenceslas Square. The Old Square has remained relatively untouched since the 10th century and it features various architectural styles including Gothic Church of Our Lady Victorious. Also, here are located medieval astronomical clock.
There are many things to do in Prague, except the old Mala Stana part, which demonstrates by our webcam. For example, you can enjoy nature at natural park Jeleni Prikop (Stag Moat) or test yourself in a quest room Mind Maze. Climb 299 steps to Petrin Hill and immerse yourself in the Prague nightlife.
Prague Castle is an amazing ancient castle, which is already visible from Charles Bridge. The start of construction was in the 9th century. One of the most impressive buildings of Prague Castle is the Gothic St. Vitus Cathedral.
The climate in Prague is mild, temperate continental. Rain is frequent. Summer sometimes surprises with heat, but it is easily tolerated. Winter is mild, with little frost.
Weather forecast in Prague for 7 days is available on our website online.