From demonstrations against the communist regime to celebrations during the Velvet Revolution, it all happened in Wenceslas Square. Once the site of horse-trading markets in the Middle Ages, the square in New Town’s business and commercial district was renamed for the patron saint of Bohemia in the 1800’s, and today is a vibrant part of Prague’s UNESCO World Heritage Site-designated center. Stroll the square to mix with locals, admire the surrounding architecture, and visit sites like the National Museum Building.
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