On Wenceslas Square 30 metres down from the horse is the plaque to Jan Palach and Jan Zajic who both self-immolated in 1969.
The 17.11.1989 plaque commemorating the location in Narodni (New Town) where the protesting students first fought with the security services and triggered the Velvet Revolution.
Less than 100 metres from Wenceslas Square. Josef Jungmann was at the forefront of the Czech Reformist movement and almost single-handedly reconstructed the written Czech language as we know it today.
The monument to Czech pilots who fought in the second world war. It's opposite the Malostranska metro station.
The 911 Firefighter Monument on Kampa, close to Charles Bridge.
In several location in the city you'll find the reference to "unknown fighter" who died in the first week of May 1945.
Woodrow Wilson was a supporter of the formation of Czechoslovakia. The original statue was unveiled in 1928, torn down by the Nazis and reinstalled in 2011. It's in front of the Prague Main Train Station which on the Czech Monopoly board is called "Wilsonovo".
At Prague Castle in the South Gardens. It marks the spot where the regents landed after being thrown from the third floor window. It became known as the second defenstration of Prague.
At Prague Castle, the people who worked there and died during the second world war.
An example of a memorial to an individual killed on May 5th 1945 by the occupying Nazis in the last week of occupation.