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The capital of the Czech Republic and its largest city, Prague was also the historic capital of the Kingdom of Bohemia. Its heyday occurred in the 14th century during the reign of the King of Bohemia and the German Emperor, Charles IV. “An epic poem of architecture” in the words of Rainer Maria Rilke, the “City of a Hundred Spires” boasts an exceptional wealth of architecture. Gothic masterpieces like the Charles Bridgesit alongside Renaissance and Baroquegems, such as the many palaces and churches in the Malá Strana district as well as Art Nouveau, cubist, modernist and contemporaryworks like the famous “Dancing House”. The historical centre of the city has been a UNESCO World HeritageSite since 1992. On average, Prague’s residents consume 155 litres of beer per person per year. In Prague, it is considered extremely impolite to raise your arm to call a waiter.
The Line depicted the skyline of Prague as seen from the banks of the Vltava.