Deer Moat

Dear Moat is a natural valey in the complex of the Prague Castle with the size of 8 hectars. The Brusnice River was flowing through the valey, later regulated and put into the piping.

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Kampa

Malá Strana Kampa Park is situated on an island by the Lesser Town bank, being disconected from the "inland" by Čertovka Stream and from Smíchov by Říční street.

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Petrin Park

Malá Strana, Hradčany Petrin Hill (elevation 320 - 328 meters) and the gardens on its slopes above the Vltava between the Lesser Town and Strahov is one of the largest areas of the city covered with greenery.

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Wallenstein Garden

Malá Strana, Letenská Wallenstein Garden is probably the first palace garden in Prague which was created in connection with the palace itself. It bellongs to the Wallenstein palace, which has its entrance from the Valdštejnské (Wallenstein) Square.

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Vojan gardens

Malá Strana, U Lužického semináře 17 Vojan Gardens (Vojanovy Sady) are considered the oldest partially preserved garden in Prague. This park was a part of a former orchard which was founded at the same time as the Bishop Court was demolished in 1248.

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Vrtba Garden

Malá Strana, Karmelitská 25 Vrtba Garden is one of the most important baroque gardens in Prague and together with other three baroque gardens (Vratislav, Schönborn and Lobkowicz) is situated at the foot of Perin Hill.

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Ledeburg Garden

Gardens below Prague Castle Malá Strana Ledeburg Garden was founded at the beginning of the 18th century when the complex of the Ledeburg palace was the property of the Trauttmannsdorffs.

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Palffy Garden

Gardens below Prague Castle Malá Strana Palffy Garden has been preserved in its original condition from the 1750s when the Fuerstenbergs who owned the Palffy palace complex had it built.

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Furstenberg Garden

Gardens below Prague Castle Malá Strana Furstenberg Garden is embellished with fountains, stairways and balustrades from the 18th century. The original small gardens which were here already in the 16th century were joined into one by Václav Berka z Dubé.

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Prague Castle Gardens - Royal Garden

Royal Garden Founded by Ferdinand I. Habsburg in 1534 on the site of several former vineyards, the original garden was built in the style of the Italian garden architecture under the supervision of Giovanni Spatio who also oversaw the building of the Summer Palace and the perimeter stone wall.

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Gardens of the Strahov Monastery

Hradčany These gardens are comprised of two small gardens called Convent and Abbot Garden, a small Vyhlidka (Lookout) with a vineyard and the Great Strahov Garden which is the only one open to the public.

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Cernin Garden (Kolowrat)

Cernin Garden (sometimes wrongly called Kolowrat) is the most beautiful of all and displays the richest garden architecture. It was founded after 1784 by I.

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Chotek Park

Hradčany When count Karel Chotek started his political carrier of the leader of the country, being the Supreme Burgrave of the Kingdom, he made a lot of afford in modernisation and beautification of Prague by enlarging the green spots there.

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