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Geography and climate in Prague

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Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic, one of the oldest and most beautiful European states. This city is called the heart of Europe, it has an ancient cultural heritage.

Prague is located along the banks of the Vltava River, according to some sources on five, according to others - on nine hills. Administratively, the city has 22 administrative districts and 57 city districts.

It is noteworthy that almost half of the city is occupied by agricultural land, gardens and green spaces.

The city has an international airport, a modern train station and is large road transport hub.

Time zone of Prague: GMT + 1 (- 2 hours with Moscow).


The climate in Prague is moderately continental, characterized by mildness and relative stability. In summer, the average daily temperature is 19–21 ° C, in winter from –2 to –4 ° C (somewhat colder in the mountains). Spring comes to Prague in February.

Western winds bring rain to the city, they are the most common type of precipitation. The average annual rainfall fluctuates around 485 mm.

The city's mild climate, unique green landscapes and mountain ranges also make up a unique image of Prague.


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