Ledeburská Garden, located in Malá Strana, is magnificent Baroque, terraced garden, one of the city’s most prominent tourist attractions. The garden dates to the 18th century and is part of a palace complex that is a registered UNESCO World Heritage Site. The garden includes impressive statues and frescoes; the former President Václav Havel together with Prince Charles set up a fund to restore them. The garden is the site of many outdoor events, such as concerts and weddings, and can accommodate up to 1,000 guests. Despite being situated in a very touristy area, the garden is hidden away from the foot traffic and can provide a calm oasis for a serene stroll or any type of gathering. Royal Garden, the originally Renaissance garden founded in 1534 became one of the few quiet places in the centre of Prague. The garden is located on the site of old medieval vineyards. Royal Garden was commissioned by the Habsburg Ferdinand I. From the owners he gradually bought old vineyards beyond the valley of the Brusnice stream and had a Renaissance garden laid out here, which later became famous for its rare botanical specimens and the exotic plants gained from distant countries. From the very beginning, there were situated a number of buildings serving the entertainment of the nobility: the Ball Game Hall, the Royal Summer Palace, the Lion Court. Currently the garden follows the tradition of an "English-style" park created there in the mid 19th century, but it also contains elements of Renaissance character as well as Baroque elements. It can be approached via four entrances. The Deer Moat created by Brusnice stream, used to be part of Prague Castle northern fortification and its purpose was to defend the castle. After the Royal Gardens were created, the Deer Moat was arched by a wooden bridge on five stone pillars which was called Powder Bridge. During the reign of Rudolf II there was fence around the moat and it was used for hunting deer, hence the name of the moat. Unfortunately, all the deer was shot by French soldiers during the occupation of Prague in 1741-42. Deer Moat also served as a rubbish dump. The moat once contained such unusual things as items from famous Rudolf’s collections that were not sold at auction. And about 100 years ago, you could see bears wandering in Deer Moat. Franciscan Garden, located in the heart of New Town, is an oasis of calm in a city center of Prague.
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