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Wenceslas Square (Prague, Czech Republic)

Wenceslas Square is located right in the centre of Prague and today it is a popular place for celebrations, demonstrations and gatherings, historically it has been the location of many significant events including Nazi demonstrations during the Prague Uprisings in 1945. The name derives from Saint Wenceslas the patron saint of Bohemia. It dates from the Middle Ages and was originally known as the Horse Market until 1848, when it was given its present name. Despite its name Wenceslas Square is actually long and narrow and resembles a boulevard rather than a square. It covers an area of 45,000 square metres and is 750 metres long. At its northern end it forms the boundary between the Old Town and the New Town. Each side of the square is lined with shops, cafes, hotels and offices and its southern end is dominated by the Czech National Museum. Prague’s underground transport system runs beneath Wenceslas Square and it is served by two different tram stations called Muzeum and Můstek. The northern part of the square is a pedestrian only zone but traffic is allowed on the southern part.

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