Chronology of Prague
The Middle Ages
- 870 : Foundation of the Castle of Prague
- 1085: Prague becomes the capital of the kings de Bohême - Vratislav II is the first king crowned in the Czech history.
- 1270 : the Synagog Old woman-News is built
- 1344: Prague is high with the row of archbishop's palace
- 1347: Foundation of the News-City of Prague, decided by Charles IV to extend the Old woman-City of Prague enclosed in its walls of the 13th century.
- 1348 : Foundation of the University Charles of Prague, the first university of Central Europe
- 1355: Charles IV fact of Prague the capital of the Holy Germanic Roman Empire.
- 1376 : Venceslas IV is the first king de Bohême crowned according to a new ritual of the sacring established by his/her father, the emperor Charles IV, which were going to be practiced with the Castle of Prague until in 1836, date of the crowning of Ferdinand Ier of Austria.
- 1378 : Reform Jan Hus
- 1380: Construction by Mathieu of Arras and Peter Speech of the Church of Notre-Dame de Týn
- 1419: First Défenestration of Prague
1583: Reign of Rodolphe II - the city is again capital of the Saint Worsens and arts center of Europe
- 1620: Demolished Czech armies with the Battle of the White Mountain
- 1621: Execution of 27 noble Czech and German on the place of the Old woman-City
- 1635: Peace of Prague between the emperor and certain Protestant princes within the framework of the Thirty Year old war
- 1648: The left bank of Prague (including the Castle) occupied and is plundered by the Swedish armies
- 1744: Occupation by the Prussian army
- 1757: Battle of Prague between Prussians and Austrian
- 1784: The four pragoises cities meet downtown called Prague. The town hall of the Old woman-City becomes the seat of the administrative capacity.
- 1787 : First of the opera Don Giovanni of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart with the Theater of the States in Prague
- 1938: Invasion of the Sudètes by the German armies then of all the country in 1939
- 1942: Attack against Reinhard Heydrich followed by a wave of terror Nazi
- 1945: Allied bombardment whose Dresden, located at 200 km was the target
- : May, Release of the city by resistance and entry of the troops of the Red Army .
- 1948 : Klement Gottwald starts the Coup of Prague, a communist putsch, since the balcony of the Palais Kinský on the place of the Old woman-City
- 1952: Lawsuit of Prague and purgings communist
- 1968: The Printemps of Prague ends in the invasion of the armies of the Warsaw Pact, it is the beginning of the Normalization in Czechoslovakia
- January 16th, 1969: Jan Palach, a student with the Faculty of Arts of the University Charles 21 years old, immole by fire to protest against the occupation of its country by the troops of the Warsaw Pact. Its name becomes at once the symbol of Czechoslovakian resistance to oppression.
- November 17th, 1989: a hard repressed student's demonstration mark the beginning of the Revolution of velvet
- : December 1989: Václav Havel is elected President
- January 1st, 1993: Divorce velvet of Tchéquie and Slovakia
August 2002: Floods which require the evacuation of whole parts of the city without human losses nor major destruction of buildings
- 2006: The Palate Škoda, a building of style Art déco built, with the turning of the Twenties and Thirties of the 20th century, by the architect Pavel Janák to shelter the head office of the automobile factories Škoda, becomes the new town hall of Prague.
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