Prague sightseeing Mala Strana

Mala Strana in Czech language or “Little Quarter” in English has a very interesting history. As we will see from Prague sightseeing it is full of attractions. From Prague sightseeing, we go through palaces, embassies, gardens, clubs, bars, cathedrals, cottages and music venues. http://www.robsarchitour.com

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This traditional craftsman quarter is just below the Prague Castle for those on Prague sightseeing in that area. It was founded by King Ottakar II in 1287.The name Mala Strana might reflect the size of the area but not the contents.Even the lamp posts on the streets have a historical background as can be seen from Prague sightseeing tours.
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History
It is one of the historic quarters of the Bohemian era. Initially, it was made up of  German craftsmen in the middle ages and later in the 16th century Italians.The present baroque features of the area have some very interesting historical orientation. Prague sightseeing tours take us back to the fire incident of 1541 when about 50 people died. After this incident, the whole Town was reconstructed from Gothic to Baroque style of architecture.
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Malostranske Namesti
The main connection between Charles bridge and Malostranske namesti(square in English ) is strip called Mostecka. This is a continuation of the Royal Route taken by Bohemian Kings during the coronation. Through Prague sightseeing, we will clearly see the beauty of this place. Lined with elegant baroque buildings of various designs it is a delight to the eyes.
One interesting advantage of Prague sightseeing is that Mala Strana is central because it is directly connected to Charles Bridge.
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Transformation
Before the fire incident of 1541, the area had been burnt down by the Hussites during the 30years war of the 15th century. From Prague sightseeing, we begin to understand the initial transformation from Gothic to Baroque which was continued after the fire incident of the 16th century. The wealthy Catholic aristocracy taking advantage of the property redistribution policy after the wars simply began to transform the area into a sparkling district. This made possible because they won huge parcels of land. It has been the home of poets and all sorts of people of varying social standing ever since. It is therefore not surprising that diplomats and diplomatic missions could be found in that area also.Further Prague sightseeing tours will reveal other interesting aspects of the social, cultural, and political development of the area.

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