Prague Baroque Gardens

Petřín Hill’s Hidden Church (Orthodox & Wooden)

Church of the Archangel Michael at Petřín (Chrám sv. archanděla Michaela na Petříně) This small Orthodox church (wooden) with a shingled roof, situated in the Kinsky Gardens (Just Near Petrin), is a typical folk wooden log building from Subcarpathian Russia of the 18th century, today Zakarpatí in Ukraine. It was moved to Prague from Medvedovce near Mukachevo, […]

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Kinský Garden (Zahrada Kinských)

Kinsky Garden area of 22 hectares located on the southern and south-eastern slope of Petřín hill, it’s separated from other Petřín gardens by the Hunger Wall, built by Charles IV. At first there were forests, and then vineyards in the Middle Ages. In the 1830s, the garden as English style. In the garden you’ll find […]

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Waldstein Garden (Valdštejnská zahrada)

This strictly geometrically designed early Prague Baroque garden. It was created in parallel with the construction of the Wallenstein(Waldstein) Palace from 1623 to 1629. At first sight, one’s eyes are drawn to the massive sala pavilion, which at the time of its construction was unprecedented, and an artificial cave with stalactites (grotto). Photos From the Beutiful Baroque […]

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Vojan Gardens (Vojanovy Sady Malostranska)

The Vojan garden is considered the oldest partially preserved garden in Prague. Its melancholy seems to have survived from the Middle Ages, when it was founded as a monastery garden. At the garden you can find peace from the bustle of the city, near a small lake in the shade of trees to rest on […]

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Vrtbovska (Vrtba) Garden – Prague

Prague The Vrtbovska (Vrtba) Garden is a unique landscape architectural gem, openned to visit for visitors. It’s one of four Baroque gardens in Prague (Lobkowicka, Vratislavska and Schoenberska). Together with three other Baroque gardens (Vratislav, Schönborn and Lobkowicz), the Vrtba Garden is situated on the slope of Petřín Hill and is one of the most precious […]

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