Prague – the City of 100 Spires
When the Cold War ended and Czechoslovakia was split in 1993, Prague became the capital of the Czech Republic. With a population of about 1.3 million people, Prague, which lies on the Vltava River, is the largest city in the Czech Republic. It has also played an important role in Twentieth Century history, particularly during the post-war Communist era.
Post-Communism Prague as a tourist destination
In the last 20 years, since the fall of Communism, Prague has grown in popularity as a tourist destination and this growth in popularity is showing no signs of slowing down. With its mix of rich history and tremendous architectural achievements, this city has become the perfect subject for photographers and poster art.
Prague: Art photography & poster
As home to a number of famous cultural attractions, Prague offers a wide variety of striking imagery. With sites such as the Charles Bridge, the Old Town Square with its unique Astronomical Clock, and the magnificent Castle, there is no shortage of imagery to turn into a poster or an art print. With this in mind, ARTFLAKES offers a large on-line image gallery, with images of this breathtaking city included. Whether you chose a poster, canvas or framed art, imagery from Prague is sure to create a unique art piece or poster for your home or office.