STUDENT CITY: Prague

1. 9. 2019 | Discover Czechia

Prague castle in the middle of the city with beautiful sky, PragPrague is the capital city of the Czech Republic and the home to the highest number of universities and colleges in the country. With over 1,281,000 residents, thousands of tourists visiting every day and large expat communities, Prague is the cultural, economic and educational center of the country. It is also the seat of the president, the government and the parliament. The most well-known university located in Prague is the Charles University, which was founded in 1348. Find out more about Czech University Cities in our new micro series!

Prague city with view of Charles Bridge in Prague, Czech Republi

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