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Autor:Ing. Klára Polterová Předmět/vzdělávací oblast: Anglický jazyk Tematická oblast:Poznatky o zemích Téma:Prague Ročník:1. Datum vytvoření:Únor 2014.

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1 Autor:Ing. Klára Polterová Předmět/vzdělávací oblast: Anglický jazyk Tematická oblast:Poznatky o zemích Téma:Prague Ročník:1. Datum vytvoření:Únor 2014 Název:VY_32_INOVACE_ ANJ Anotace: Základní údaje o hlavním městě České republiky – demografie, rozloha, geografie, významné historické památky, zajímavosti. Metodický pokyn: Metodický materiál inovuje výuku použitím multimediálních pomůcek. Prezentace s obrázky podporují výklad a povzbuzují zájem žáků o reálie.Rozsah a obsah výukového materiálu je přizpůsoben potřebám studentů technických oborů a je možné jej využít pro přípravu ke státní maturitní zkoušce.

2 PRAGUE  Is the capital city of the Czech Republic.  Location: in the centre of Bohemia, on both banks of the Vltava River  Area: 285 km 2  Population: inhabitants Obr. 1.

3 General information  Prague’s history goes back to the 11 th century. In the past it used to be the seat of Czech kings and for some time even the capital of the Holy Roman Empire.  Today it is still an important political, cultural and economic centre.  There are many educational institutions, including Charles University, as well as international companies, the government and the parliament, and many tourist attractions.  Prague is known for its beautiful architecture with many styles (Gothic, Baroque, Art Nouveau, Cubism etc.).

4 Places of interest :  Prague Castle  St Vitus Cathedral  Old Town Square  The Charles Bridge  The Old New Synagogue  Wenceslas Square  Old Jewish Cemetery  The Lennon Wall  National Museum  National Technical Museum  National Theatre

5 Prague Castle  Prague Castle is a gem of the capital city and a symbol of Czech statehood.  It consists of three courtyards and many interesting buildings of different architectural styles (Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque ….).  The true treasure of the castle is St Vitus Cathedral.  The Office of the President of the Czech Republic is located in the New Palace.  The Old Royal Palace contains the late Gothic Vladislav Hall where the most important state events are provided.  Basilica of St George, Lobkowicz Palace, Daliborka Tower and golden lane are another important and beautiful parts of Prague Castle. Obr. 2.

6 St Vitus Cathedral  St Vitus Cathedral is a masterpiece of European Gothic sculpture.  124 meter long cathedral was built in 14 th century by Matthias of Arras and Peter Parler.  It was a place of coronation of Czech Kings.  Heart of the cathedral, the Gothic Chapel of St Wenceslas is adored by semiprecious stones and Gothic paintings and contains a chamber housing Czech coronation jewels. Obr. 3.

7 Charles Bridge  This bridge, originally called Stone bridge, stands on the site of the Judith Bridge, which was destroyed by a flood.  The foundation stone for the bridge was laid by Charles IV on 9 th of July  Entrusted also to Peter Parler and completed by his followers in  515 m long and 9,5 m wide bridge is based on 16 arches.  Since the 18 th century the bridge has been adorned by 32 statues and sculptural groups depicting saints. Obr. 4.

8 Old Town Square  The natural dominant feature of Old Town Square is the Old Town Hall. Its valuable interiors include a cloister and Wedding Hall. The Town Hall Tower affords spectacular view of Prague.  Prague Astronomical Clock dating from the early 15 th century is admired by tourists. 11 apostles and St Peter can be seen passing every hour.  The Kinsky Palace serves as a seat of the Director General of National Gallery.  Stone Bell house was built in the 13 th century and nowadays it is used by The City Gallery for exhibitions. Obr. 5.

9 And now a bit of modern architecture Can you recognize any of the modern buildings? a)  b)  c) Obr. 6. Obr. 7. Obr. 8.

10 Answers a) Dancing house - a) Dancing house - Fred and Ginger is the nickname given to the Nationale-Nederlanden building in Prague, It was designed by the Croatian-Czech architect Vlado Milunić and completed in b) O2 Arena - b) O2 Arena - is a multi-purpose arena. Built in time for the 2004 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships, O2 Arena is the home of HC Slavia Prague. c) Congress Centre c) Congress Centre – built in 1981 and was used for the conventions of the Communist Party. Today it is used for different culture events.

11 Použité zdroje:  LANGEROVÁ, Blanka. Praha a národní dědictví České republiky: Prag und das nationale Erbe der Tschechischen Republik = Prague and the national heritage of the Czech Republic. 1. vyd. Praha: ACR Alfa, 2007, 623 s. ISBN  Obrazový materiál –  Obr NOVÁK, Petr. [cit ]. Dostupný pod licencí Creative Commons na www:  Obr BAUER, Stefan. [cit ]. Dostupný pod licencí Creative Commons na www:  Obr BECKSTEIN, Oliver. [cit ]. Dostupný pod licencí Creative Commons na www:  Obr JO, Jan. [cit ]. Dostupný pod licencí Creative Commons na www:  Obr. 5. SCHAEFER, Hans Peter. [cit ]. Dostupný pod licencí Creative Commons na www:  Obr SCHAEFER, Hans Peter. [cit ]. Dostupný pod licencí Creative Commons na www:  Obr GROH, Honza. [cit ]. Dostupný pod licencí Creative Commons na www:  Obr BROŽ,Petr. [cit ]. Dostupný pod licencí Creative Commons na www:


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