When he reached beautiful "hundred-towered" praha, the capital, he found the streets and coffee houses jammed with people.
Will he say that the population of praha is not Czech because on our maps that capital is commonly called Prague?
This beautiful castle stands not far from praha, on a rock of jasper a thousand feet above the River Mze.
capital of the Czech Republic, Czech Praha, perhaps from an ancient Slavic word related to Czech pražiti, a term for woodland cleared by burning. Popular etymology is from Czech prah "threshold." Related: Praguean; Praguian.
Capital of The Czech Republic, situated on both banks of the Vltava River; the republic's largest city, as well as its most important industrial city; a leading European industrial and commercial center.
Note: From the fourteenth to the early seventeenth centuries, the emperors of the Holy Roman Empire resided at Prague as well as at Vienna.
Note: In 1968, Prague was the center of Czech resistance to invasion by the Soviet Union.