Live webcam is installed in Prague and shows different city views and attractions: Charles Bridge, Bedrich Smetana Museum, Prague Castle, Strahov Monastery, Liechtenstein Palace, St. Nicholas Church, St. Vitus Cathedral. Charles Bridge - a medieval bridge in Prague across the Vltava River, connecting the historic districts of Mala Strana and the Old Town. The bridge is 520 m long, 9.5 m wide. The bridge is supported by 16 powerful arches lined with sand blocks of sandstone. The stone bridge was initially called Prague. In 1870 it was officially renamed in honor of the founder of Charles IV. It is decorated with thirty sculptures, mostly religious content. The Bedrich Smetana Museum is a museum at the Novotny Bridge in Prague, Czech Republic, whose exposition is dedicated to the life and work of the Czech composer Bedrich Smetana (1824-1884). The museum is located in the building of the former waterworks of the Old Town at Novotny Bridge on the right bank of the Vltava River. Prague Castle is a fortress in Prague, occupying a long cliff that stretches from Petrin Hill. In the south, it connects with the Mala-Country area. In the north, it is bounded by the Deer moat. Prague Castle is a complex of buildings, temples, and fortifications, located around three main courtyards, St. George's Square and Irzhskaya Street. The architectural dominant is St. Vitus Cathedral. Now the fortress is the residence of the President of the Czech Republic. Strahov Monastery - a monastery in Prague, an architectural monument of the Czech Republic. It is located in Hradcany, Prague 1. The monastery belongs to the oldest monasteries of the order of monks-premonstrants. The palace of Liechtenstein is the largest and most beautiful palace in Malostranskaya Square. It was built on five traditional houses and is considered the first building in Prague, decorated in the Baroque style. It was founded by order of the princes of Lobkowitz, and in 1620 was confiscated in favor of the rich and influential nobleman Karl Liechtenstein. It is his descendants who now own a small European principality. The Church of St. Mikulas, the Church of St. Nicholas - a temple in the Old Town Square in Prague, a monumental religious building, is now the main temple of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church. One of the main attractions of the temple is a crystal chandelier (chorus), donated by the Russian Emperor Alexander II to this temple, which in 1870-1914 was rented by the Russian Orthodox Church. The chandelier was made on the famous Harrachov glass factory and executed in the imperial crown. St. Vitus Cathedral, Wenceslas and Vojtech - Gothic Catholic Cathedral in Prague Castle, the seat of the Archbishop of Prague. The cathedral is considered the pearl of European Gothic. It is an artistic and national historical shrine of the Czech Republic. In the cathedral are buried the Czech kings and archbishops of Prague, there is also the coronation regalia of the medieval Czech Republic. The webcam works around the clock in real-time.