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Pilsen is the capital of West Bohemia, founded by the Czech king Wenceslas II. The eventful history of the city can be seen during the sightseeing of many interesting buildings in the historical city centre, dominated by a slim tower of the Gothic St. Bartholomew Cathedral, which is, with the height of 102,26 m (335 feet) the highest church spire in Bohemia. A whole range of important buildings is evidence of the era of great boom in the city at the turn of last two centuries. Today Pilsen, with its 173 000 inhabitants a significant cultural, business and industrial centre, famous mostly due to the products of Pilsen's brewery (producer of world-known original Pilsner Urquel beer) and heavy machinery Skoda factory. The city is slowly becoming more attractive and wishes to be an international "entry gate" on the passage from West Europe.

Czech Republic, 1993, Pilsen

Czech Republic, 2007, Water tower

Czechoslovakia, 1938, Armament Factories

Czechoslovakia, 1959, Town Hall

Czechoslovakia, 1959, St. Bartholomew's Church

Czechoslovakia, 1961, Pilsen and a bottle of beer

Czechoslovakia, 1968, Arm of Pilsen

Bohemia and Moravia, 1939, Pilsen. West Bohemian Museum

Czech Republic, 2011, 70th Anniv. of Trolleybus in Plzen

Czechoslovakia, 1937, Pilsen. West Bohemian Museum

Czechoslovakia, 1938, Pilsen

Czechoslovakia, 1938, St. Bartolomew's Church

Czechoslovakia, 1938, Tyl theater

Czechoslovakia, 1967, Town Hall

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