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In the 1400s Jan Hus, a Bohemian theologian, protested the corruption of the Catholic Church and the practice of paying for indulgences.
He was tricked into a meeting where he was burned alive.
His movement, the Hussites grew in power in Bohemia, Moravia, and Poland....More
After a long but beautiful walk up the hill and steps you reach this monument on top of Vitkov Hill.
The monument is in tribute to the Czechoslovak legionaries, with the statute of the one eyed man riding a huge horse.
At the site currently...More
The iconic statue stands tall in this gorgeous landscaped place. The monument is of national significance and the place that surrounds it looks amazing, when viewed from the top. We quite enjoyed walking around. Prague truly is a magnificent city.
Love this place , been here already many times and the museum is imazing also they have always some new exhibitions which is nice refreshing. You can get on top of the building and the view is incredible. People here are so nice. Definitely place...More