Prague Castle

The prague castle (hradschin) is the landmark of prague and was built on a hill which is 70 meters high. The one thousand year old residence domicile of the bohemian kings is considered the highest cohesive castle site in the world and is now the domicile of the Czech president.

The castle consists of three castle courts on which, among others, the St. Veits cathedral, the St. Georgs Basilika, the Old Kings Palace, chapels, towers and other buildings are situated. These are bonded by small pictorial alleys.
The Golden Alley disembogues in the castle shire complex. A toy exhibition is situated in the tower of the castle shire complex and in the building beside, there is the exhibition „ The oath of the gold – 1000 years of Inca Gold“.

Castle part – southern side

numbers on the plan: 1 spain hall, Rudolfs Galery, 2 St. Weits cathedral, 3 South Garden, 4 royal garden, 5 summer residence of queen anna, 6 ball house, 7 riding scholl of the castle of prague, 8 Mihulka Tower, 9 old royal palace, 10 st. georgs basilika, 11 golden alley, 12 castle shire - The curse of the gold " 1000 years of Inca Gold" Exhibition 13 Lobkowitz palace, 14 horse stable and painting galery of the Castle of Prague