Together with Strahov Garden (Strahower Garten) and the Kinský Garden (Kinsky-Garten), the Seminary Garden (Seminargarten) forms Petřín Parks (Petříner Parks) which were until the Second World War the most popular recreational area for Praguers. From the restaurant which was built here, an exceptionally nice view opens up over Prague. And at one table in this actual restaurant, Franz Kafka decided to become a writer, as he later wrote in his diaries.
This guided walk is a part of the “Democracy on the Brink. Historical lessons from the late 1930s” project supported by the Europe for Citizens programme of the European Union.
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