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The city of Prague
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic, or the Czech Republic, and is located on the banks of the Vltava River in the northwestern part of the Czech Republic, as well as being the largest Czech city by area, covering approximately 497 square kilometers. It is also the most populous, with an urban area of 1,298,804 people, according to the latest statistics and population projections for the year 2020 AD.
A brief history of Prague
According to some ancient historical sources, the city of Prague was built in the year 800 AD, after which the Duchy of Bohemia appeared to exist, and Prague became the seat of its kings, and after that it became the capital of the Romen Emperor Otto II, knowing that it flourished at the time of the Romen Emperor Charles IV, and it ranked third Among the largest cities of the Romen Empire.
And recent history states that the Czechoslovakia had taken its capital from Prague after the Second World War ended, and it remained like that until 1993, when the Czech Republic took it as its capital. It is worth noting that the capital Prague was subjected to some damage during the Second World War, especially when it fell under the control of the German occuAl Bahahn, as well as in the time of the Cold War, when it became one of the areas of influence of the Soviet Union and under its control.
About the economy of Prague
Not only is the fame of the capital, Prague, being one of Europe’s cultural and tourism capitals, but it is also a city with an important role in supporting the economic sector in the Czech Republic, since the great development in the nineteenth century of its industry sector, and among the most prominent of these industries: the textile industry, and the machinery industry The industry sector is the most prominent economic sector in Prague, followed by several sectors, the most important of which are: trade, construction, education, culture, administration, transportation, and communications.
Females make up half of the workforce in Prague, in addition to their particiAl Bahahn in other fields, such as: education, culture, trade, and the health sector. It is worth noting that the locations of the industrial areas in the capital, Prague, were confined, or moved to distant places on the outskirts of Prague, in order to provide employment opportunities near the new residential areas, and to reduce the concentration in the heart of the capital.
Prague is a modern commercial city. It has the most expensive street in Central Europe, surrounded by many famous commercial stores, and most of the European companies have taken Prague as their headquarters, bearing in mind that the services sector now constitutes 80% of commercial activity in Prague, and thus the capital Prague contributes to about a quarter of the gross domestic product of the Czech Republic.
The most important tourist attractions in Prague
In the capital, Prague, there are many historical and touristic landmarks that contribute to attracting many tourists annually, the most prominent of which are:
- Prague Old Town: Also known as the Stare Mesto, this old town is often the first stop for tourists in Prague.
- Charles BridgeIt is a historical bridge linking the old city with Mullah Strana.
- Powder Tower: This tower was built in the year 1475 AD, and it is considered one of the best architectural installations in the middle ages of the city, knowing that it was built to be a store of gunpowder.
- Prague CastleThis castle is considered the largest ancient castle in the world, as it was recorded in the Guinness Book of Records, noting that its area extends to about 72,843 square meters.