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Czech Republic Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 30 pictures in our Czech Republic collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Prague, c1820 (1915). Artist: Samuel Prout Featured Print

Prague, c1820 (1915). Artist: Samuel Prout

Prague, c1820 (1915). Powder Tower or Powder Gate is a Gothic tower and one of the original city gates of Prague, dating back to the 11th century. Prague is the historical capital of Bohemia. From Sketches by Samuel Prout, edited by Charles Holme. [The Studio Ltd, London, Paris, New York, 1915]

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Battle of Austerlitz, 2 December, 1805, (c1835). Artist: Francois Georgin Featured Print

Battle of Austerlitz, 2 December, 1805, (c1835). Artist: Francois Georgin

Battle of Austerlitz, 2 December, 1805, (c1835). Regarded as Napoleon Bonaparte's greatest victory, Austerlitz was a sublime trap that destroyed the armies of his enemies Russia and Austria. Tricking his opponents into thinking he was weaker than he actually was, and then calling in nearby reinforcements. The French emperor deliberately abandoned a strong central position on the Pratzen Heights and left his right flank weak. The Allies eagerly moved forward to occupy the heights and then weakened the centre to crush the French right. As the bulk of Austrian and Russian troops attacked, Marshal Davout's III Corp arrived to bolster the French line. After much hard fighting the French crushed the Allies. Thousands of fleeing troops drowned when a frozen lake split under the weight of men and guns. French losses amounted to 8000 while the Russian and Austrian emperors, present at the battle, saw more than 27, 000 men killed, wounded and captured. Bonaparte also captured 180 cannon

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