Wenceslas SquarePrague, Czech Republic
The central square of the Novo Mesto district, the cultural center of Prague, where public and public events are often held. Along the square are hotels, famous shops, restaurants, nightclubs and offices of large companies. The square is named after the main patron saint of the Czech Republic, St. Wenceslas. Since the 14th century, fairs and executions have been held here. Wenceslas Square was gradually surrounded by the houses of artisans and merchants.