Definition for prague (2 of 3)
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Definition for prague (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for prague
In the afternoon, about a thousand people marched in protest through the largest Prague square, with police nowhere in sight.
Havel, back in Prague on the night the East Germans left, was walking home through the Malá Strana district.
There was Petr Miller, a forgeman from the Prague ČKD plant.
They would travel by train, and the trains would pass through Dresden, the East German city closest to Prague.
It had opened in Buenos Aires, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Prague, London.
A week after, the fierce battle of Prague was fought—I can assure you your son behaved like a brave soldier.The Robbers|Friedrich Schiller
This caused great irritation among the population of Prague, then almost entirely favourable to Hus and his doctrines.A History of Bohemian Literature|Count Ltzow
A delegation of the wives of the most prominent citizens waited upon her in Prague.Women of the Teutonic Nations|Hermann Schoenfeld
He betook himself to Prague, where he found credulous faith, favorable to his work of deception.History of the Jews, Vol. V (of 6)|Heinrich Graetz
They still show the spot in Prague where she was swallowed up by the earth with horses and equipage.The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume III (of 3)|Alexander Wheelock Thayer
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Culture definitions for prague (1 of 2)
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.