Wenceslas Street (Plaza), the southern end of the Street (Plaza) is a majestic neoclassical building-Czech National Museum, in front of the museum stands a statue of King Vaclav Charles IV of Bohemia. The northern end of the main street (square) is the Old Town of Prague. Wenceslas Street (square) witnessed the founding of the Czech Republic, the end of World War II, the Prague Spring, the Velvet Revolution and other major historical events.
This attraction is the square from the subway station Muzeum (note that Prague is not large overall, so the square they said is not open, it is directly facing the east end of the street in the east-west direction of the National Museum). The bronze statue is tall and powerful, and many people take pictures here. The view from the National Museum building is good, and walking down this street is the famous Prague Square.
The monument is in Wenceslas Square, and there is a bronze statue of Wenceslas. Since this is the birthplace of Prague Spring, many tourists will visit and take pictures, and it is also one of the landmarks in the city.
Spectacular, beside the musical theatre, the photos taken in good weather are very beautiful
It sounds very tall, perhaps because it has great significance in Czech history. It is the birthplace of the Velvet Coup and the Prague Spring. It is an extremely ordinary square in front of the museum. Pigeons fly everywhere. There are many cafes and restaurants on the roadside, and the prices are not high.