Culture and History of Prague

784 WordsJan 29, 20183 Pages
Prague is the only city to remain intact in Europe today that didn’t get destroyed in world war ll. It was one of Hitler's favorite cities as well as mine, because of it’s rich, culture and history. Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic has breath-taking sites to see, majestic, mountainous geography and a booming economy, that pull people from all over! Prague’s old world charm makes it an admirable place to live. The geography of Prague has affected much of it’s development. Prague is the largest city in Czech Republic and is landlocked. Fertile soil, resources, water streams, and rivers, such as the Viata played a big role in the development. Bohemia in West consists of rolling plains, hills and plateaus surrounded by low mountain. Moravia in the east consists of hilly country. The location of Prague creates extreme weather patterns and wildly varying seasons, from mild to cold. In the summer it can ranging from 20 degrees C to 30 degrees C. The average low and nighttime temperatures are quite pleasant. However, this season brings the most rainfall and thunderstorms. In the early fall you may see temperature highs of about 22 degrees celsius. Later, such as November temperatures may reach a low of 4 degrees C. It is a great season to visit Prague, but a little rainfall may be bothersome. In the winter snow is common and at night temperatures can be freezing. During the day temperatures usually do not reach below freezing. Spring is the best season to visit Prague.
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