The New Town was founded by the Emperor Charles IV. in the middle of the 14th century as the Old Town area was no longer sufficient for growing population of Prague. The first inhabitants were merchants and craftsmen. In 1419 the Hussite wars started here by the defenestration at the Town Hall (councillors were thrown out of the windows). Nowadays the New Town has a very modern character. The centre of this quarter can be considered the Wenceslas Square with the statue of st. Wenceslas on a horse and the National Museum. Other interesting buildings are the National Theatre, The Emaus Monastery or the controversial Ginger and Fred Building. The number of hotels is rather big, but the same holds truth for the number of their guests. So be sure to book a hotel in advance.

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