National Geographic : 1938 Aug
rnotograph Dy W.Kobert Moore GAIETY AND BUSINESS IN PRAHA CENTER ABOUT WENCESLAUS SQUARE, NAMED FOR THE PATRON SAINT OF BOHEMIA A statue of Good King Wenceslaus, of whom English carolers sing at Christmas (page 177), faces down the square. Lessthan half amile long, the street, called Vaclavske namesti, is the finest in the Republic. It is a favored location for hotels, automat cafeterias, coffeeshops and stores. Movie theaters are usually built inbasements.