Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic
Prague is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic. It is located on the banks of the Vltava River in the center of the northwestern region of the Czech Republic, with an area of about 497 square kilometers, and a population of about 1,267,449 people. There are more than 2.1 million people in the entire metropolitan area.
Prague is an ancient European city, and it is called the city of hundreds of towers. It is also the leading commercial and industrial center in the Czech Republic, and tourists from all over the world travel to it to see its historical monuments, as it includes a mixture of Gothic architecture, Renaissance, Baroque, and modern art, as well as To the beauty of its domes, palaces, and towers, Prague has developed a lot in recent years, as it has become one of the modern cities; Characterized by its modern-style public buildings, as well as underground railways and a newly designed highway system, Prague became an important economic, social, and cultural centre.
Economy in Prague
The industry, commerce, construction, and culture sectors, in addition to the management, transportation, and communications sectors, are among the important sectors in the economy of the city of Prague, as the city has played an important role in the economy of the Czech Republic since ancient times, and the number of working females in Prague constitutes about half of the total workforce, Females participate in all sectors, whether in manufacturing, education, health, and others.
Among the most important industrial products in Prague: machinery, foodstuffs, electronics, and chemicals. Consumer goods represent a large part of the products manufactured in the city. Since the fifties of the last century, the sites of industrial areas and warehouses have been moved to the outskirts of the city; This is to provide job opportunities in the new residential areas, and to reduce pressure in the city center.
- ↑ Amber Pariona (25-4-2017), “What Is The Capital Of The Czech Republic?”, www.worldatlas.com, Retrieved 29-4-2019. Edited.
- ↑ “Prague”, www.encyclopedia.com, Retrieved 29-4-2019. Edited.
- ^ AP Richard Horsley Osborne, Jan Kazimour, Francis William Carter, “Prague”, www.britannica.com, Retrieved 29-4-2019. Edited.
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