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Address: Vinohradská 153 The largest graveyard in Prague spanning over 50 ha (123 acres) with the mortal remains of some two million deceased. The memorial complex is composed of twelve subsidiary cemeteries. It is the final resting place of prominent Czech figures e.g. the student Jan Palach,…
Also this place is a cemetery that dates back to 17th century. Amazing walk in this park like cemetery and you may find also a grave of Jan Palach there - Czech student who burned himself in 1969 in the protest of Russian occupancy of Prague and Czech republic, crushing the Prague Spring movement.
This is very nice, old and large cemetery, where you'll find lot of nice sculptured graves. Great for golden hour before sunset or morning run.
In case you enjoy walking around cemeteries, this is an old cemetery not far from the city center. It's basically a park, with a lot of trees and nature apart from the graves.
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