Applications

Archive of Prague's Orthophotomaps

Complete collection of Prague's existing ortophotomaps. Explore the development of Prague from 1938 to today.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

Complete collection of Prague's existing ortophotomaps. Explore the development of Prague from 1938 to today.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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The Digital Map of Prague

The Digital Technical Map of Prague is a fundamental topographic map that covers the entire territory of Prague on a scale of 1:500. It contains, in particular, a digital technical map featuring topographic details and routing of technical infrastructure networks. An indicative cadastral map is available for areas that have not been covered by the National Digital Cadastral Map. You will find more information at the Prague Institute of Planning and Development's Website. The data is available in an online store at evydej.iprpraha.cz/.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

The Digital Technical Map of Prague is a fundamental topographic map that covers the entire territory of Prague on a scale of 1:500. It contains, in particular, a digital technical map featuring topographic details and routing of technical infrastructure networks. An indicative cadastral map is available for areas that have not been covered by the National Digital Cadastral Map. You will find more information at the Prague Institute of Planning and Development's Website. The data is available in an online store at evydej.iprpraha.cz/.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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Current Land Use Plan of the City of Prague

As the most important binding document underpinning the coordination of urban development, the Land Use Plan is a point of reference for anyone interested in building in Prague. This application features the digital version of the Land Use Plan currently in force in the City of Prague.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

As the most important binding document underpinning the coordination of urban development, the Land Use Plan is a point of reference for anyone interested in building in Prague. This application features the digital version of the Land Use Plan currently in force in the City of Prague.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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Building Land Price Map

The Building Land Price Map is a visual part of the City of Prague Ordinance 32/1998, as amended. The map is used as an aid to query administrative prices of building parcels. The data presented here is only indicative. To find out the administrative prices of building parcels for a particular date, please follow the provisions of the ordinance in force on that date.

Contact: Ing.Ivana Fousková, Ivana.Fouskova@praha.eu

The Building Land Price Map is a visual part of the City of Prague Ordinance 32/1998, as amended. The map is used as an aid to query administrative prices of building parcels. The data presented here is only indicative. To find out the administrative prices of building parcels for a particular date, please follow the provisions of the ordinance in force on that date.

Contact: Ing.Ivana Fousková, Ivana.Fouskova@praha.eu

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Planning Analytical Materials of the City of Prague (ÚAP)

Planning Analytical Materials of the City of Prague is a unique, regularly updated source of information about Prague from various points of view: urban development, transportation, technical infrastructure, land use, clean environment, environmental protection, the economy, etc. The ÚAP is the main resource for drafting land use documentation such as, among others, the Development Principles and the Land Use Plan.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

Planning Analytical Materials of the City of Prague is a unique, regularly updated source of information about Prague from various points of view: urban development, transportation, technical infrastructure, land use, clean environment, environmental protection, the economy, etc. The ÚAP is the main resource for drafting land use documentation such as, among others, the Development Principles and the Land Use Plan.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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3D model of Prague

Take a look at Prague from all angles! This application displays the City of Prague in 3D view. You can filter and colour buildings according to various factors: number of floors, designated land use, ownership categories or administration by various public authority bodies. You can view Prague from several of its observation points, and the application also provides basic navigation through virtual scenery.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

Take a look at Prague from all angles! This application displays the City of Prague in 3D view. You can filter and colour buildings according to various factors: number of floors, designated land use, ownership categories or administration by various public authority bodies. You can view Prague from several of its observation points, and the application also provides basic navigation through virtual scenery.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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Archive of Prague's Development Plans

Collection of development plans and plan blueprints elaborated form Prague in post-war period. Collection covers plans from years 1955, 1964, 1969, 1971, 1975, 1986, 1994 and 1999.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

Collection of development plans and plan blueprints elaborated form Prague in post-war period. Collection covers plans from years 1955, 1964, 1969, 1971, 1975, 1986, 1994 and 1999.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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Two Pragues

Prague then and now? Why not! Compare the Prague in 1955 and now in an easy, fast and comprehensive way.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

Prague then and now? Why not! Compare the Prague in 1955 and now in an easy, fast and comprehensive way.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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Atlas Prague 5000

Atlas Prague 5000 displays detailed information from recent survey mapping about current land use in Prague. This plan was prepared by IPR Prague at 1: 5 000 scale. The plan includes building heights, public spaces, barriers, land use designation and additional information such as engineering network infrastructure provided by network administrators. This information is aimed primarily at experts in zoning and planning sectors.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

Atlas Prague 5000 displays detailed information from recent survey mapping about current land use in Prague. This plan was prepared by IPR Prague at 1: 5 000 scale. The plan includes building heights, public spaces, barriers, land use designation and additional information such as engineering network infrastructure provided by network administrators. This information is aimed primarily at experts in zoning and planning sectors.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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Atlas of the Prague's Environment

The Atlas of the Prague´s Environment Prague Environment Atlas brings together all major sources of cartographic information about the environment in the City. It includes sections on air, landscape, water, noise, geology and waste. The maps are regularly updated as new information becomes available from the City HallPrague City Hall or other partners, in particular the Czech Institute of Hydro-meteorology.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

The Atlas of the Prague´s Environment Prague Environment Atlas brings together all major sources of cartographic information about the environment in the City. It includes sections on air, landscape, water, noise, geology and waste. The maps are regularly updated as new information becomes available from the City HallPrague City Hall or other partners, in particular the Czech Institute of Hydro-meteorology.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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Flood land

Flood land in Prague

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

Flood land in Prague

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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Engineering and Geological Maps

This unique application lets users look beneath the surface of Prague. The application contains scanned drawings prepared during the detailed engineering and geological mapping of Prague between 1969 and 2000 (some of the maps were updated after 2007). Users can access four types of drawings - geological map, map of sediment formations, hydrogeological map and map of documentation points. The application also provides legends and references to IPR research rooms, where users can review the original maps with additional information about their production.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

This unique application lets users look beneath the surface of Prague. The application contains scanned drawings prepared during the detailed engineering and geological mapping of Prague between 1969 and 2000 (some of the maps were updated after 2007). Users can access four types of drawings - geological map, map of sediment formations, hydrogeological map and map of documentation points. The application also provides legends and references to IPR research rooms, where users can review the original maps with additional information about their production.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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Draft Metropolitan Plan – drawings

Presentation of the drawings of the proposed future territorial development plan for the Capital City of Prague—the Metropolitan Plan (MP). Drawings can be superimposed and laid over several background maps. The application is also linked to the MP’s cover sheets and text components.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

Presentation of the drawings of the proposed future territorial development plan for the Capital City of Prague—the Metropolitan Plan (MP). Drawings can be superimposed and laid over several background maps. The application is also linked to the MP’s cover sheets and text components.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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Archive plans of Prague's State Regulatory Comission

State Regulation Comission of Prague was the official planning authority from 20s to 40s of the 20th century. Its plans gave the layout of many Prague quarters. View the plans online and study the detail electronic copies.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

State Regulation Comission of Prague was the official planning authority from 20s to 40s of the 20th century. Its plans gave the layout of many Prague quarters. View the plans online and study the detail electronic copies.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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Prague Air Raids 1944–1945

At the close of WWII, Prague was subjected to several air raids resulting in extensive damage and loss of life. The three air raids took place on 15 November 1944, 14 February 1945 and on 25 March 1945. The bombings claimed the lives of more than 1200 people and primarily damaged the New Town, Holešovice, Smíchov, Vršovice, Vinohrady, Žižkov, Libeň, Kbely, Letňany and Čakovice. In 2015, IPR was offered to make use of unique aerial photographs taken by Allied reconnaissance airplanes before the end of the war in April and May 1945. These aerial photographs are owned by German company Luftbilddatenbank Dr. Carls GmbH, whose exclusive partner for the Czech Republic is PRIMIS Ltd. These photographs were taken to assess the success of the RAF and US AAF bomber command missions and provided extraordinarily high-quality images with great detail. Besides showing development structure, the appearances of individual buildings, squares and other public areas, the photographs also make it possible to clearly identify the direct impact of war and the consequences of the bombardment (Emauzy, Vysočany, Libeň etc.) on air defence and other installations (air defence batteries, trenches), fire water reservoirs and several other elements. In order to provide more context for users, the photographs are accompanied by commentaries describing individual buildings and period photographs from the IPR archives.

Contact: Mgr. Ladislav Monzer

At the close of WWII, Prague was subjected to several air raids resulting in extensive damage and loss of life. The three air raids took place on 15 November 1944, 14 February 1945 and on 25 March 1945. The bombings claimed the lives of more than 1200 people and primarily damaged the New Town, Holešovice, Smíchov, Vršovice, Vinohrady, Žižkov, Libeň, Kbely, Letňany and Čakovice. In 2015, IPR was offered to make use of unique aerial photographs taken by Allied reconnaissance airplanes before the end of the war in April and May 1945. These aerial photographs are owned by German company Luftbilddatenbank Dr. Carls GmbH, whose exclusive partner for the Czech Republic is PRIMIS Ltd. These photographs were taken to assess the success of the RAF and US AAF bomber command missions and provided extraordinarily high-quality images with great detail. Besides showing development structure, the appearances of individual buildings, squares and other public areas, the photographs also make it possible to clearly identify the direct impact of war and the consequences of the bombardment (Emauzy, Vysočany, Libeň etc.) on air defence and other installations (air defence batteries, trenches), fire water reservoirs and several other elements. In order to provide more context for users, the photographs are accompanied by commentaries describing individual buildings and period photographs from the IPR archives.

Contact: Mgr. Ladislav Monzer

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Property ownership map

Property ownership map displays parcels according to the type of the owner body. Generally the public bodies, physical persons and other private subjects had been classified into ten ownership groups. Moreover, the map contains also parcels owned by the City of Prague which are the subject of management by the City Borroughs.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

Property ownership map displays parcels according to the type of the owner body. Generally the public bodies, physical persons and other private subjects had been classified into ten ownership groups. Moreover, the map contains also parcels owned by the City of Prague which are the subject of management by the City Borroughs.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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City Districts Catalogue

The catalogue provides basic information about different districts in Prague on a range of topics using numerical values and graphs presented in a uniform graphical interface. The information is drawn from the city-wide and national databases.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

The catalogue provides basic information about different districts in Prague on a range of topics using numerical values and graphs presented in a uniform graphical interface. The information is drawn from the city-wide and national databases.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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Map of the Cultural Heritage Conservation

Interactive map displays the Cultural Heritage listed monuments of various mean of legal protection - buildings, areals and archaeologic sites. For each object the basic information on the protection level is provided.

Contact: Mgr. Radka Žižková, Radka.Zizkova@praha.eu

Interactive map displays the Cultural Heritage listed monuments of various mean of legal protection - buildings, areals and archaeologic sites. For each object the basic information on the protection level is provided.

Contact: Mgr. Radka Žižková, Radka.Zizkova@praha.eu

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Cycling Map

The Cycling Map shows the routes of operational and planned bicycle paths in Prague along with useful information about the condition and features of the bicycle paths, such as dangerous spots, intersections, steps, bottlenecks, areas with heavy pedestrian traffic, locations of bicycle racks, signposting, etc. Elevation profiles of bicycle paths are also available. It is based on a street map or aerial images.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

The Cycling Map shows the routes of operational and planned bicycle paths in Prague along with useful information about the condition and features of the bicycle paths, such as dangerous spots, intersections, steps, bottlenecks, areas with heavy pedestrian traffic, locations of bicycle racks, signposting, etc. Elevation profiles of bicycle paths are also available. It is based on a street map or aerial images.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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Population Dynamics

Where do people live? Where do they work? Which locations are the most visited in Prague? Where do people commute from? These and many other questions can be answered by data mapping the movement of mobile devices such as smartphones. This application consists of 3 parts: 1) Basic data - total numbers of residents, workers, visitors and commuters in elementary settlement units (ESU) 2) Timeline cross-sections - numbers of people at various times of the day 3) Commuting relationships - numbers of people departing from or arriving at ESUs.

Contact: Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

Where do people live? Where do they work? Which locations are the most visited in Prague? Where do people commute from? These and many other questions can be answered by data mapping the movement of mobile devices such as smartphones. This application consists of 3 parts: 1) Basic data - total numbers of residents, workers, visitors and commuters in elementary settlement units (ESU) 2) Timeline cross-sections - numbers of people at various times of the day 3) Commuting relationships - numbers of people departing from or arriving at ESUs.

Contact: Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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Draft Metropolitan Plan – texts

This is a presentation of the text component of the proposed future territorial development plan for the Capital City of Prague—the Metropolitan Plan (MP)—providing parallel presentations of individual text documents contained in the MP (site cover sheets, text sections and parts of reports validating the proposal). The documents are interlinked, which, along with a parallel presentation and display of individual sites on a map, allows the MP to be easily studied.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

This is a presentation of the text component of the proposed future territorial development plan for the Capital City of Prague—the Metropolitan Plan (MP)—providing parallel presentations of individual text documents contained in the MP (site cover sheets, text sections and parts of reports validating the proposal). The documents are interlinked, which, along with a parallel presentation and display of individual sites on a map, allows the MP to be easily studied.

Contact: Mgr. Michal Pochmann, pochmann@ipr.praha.eu

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Barrier-free Access Map

This digital map showing barrier-free buildings and public areas represents a unique map produced in collaboration between Prague City Hall, the Prague Institute of Planning and Development and the Prague Organisation of Wheelchair Users (a civic association). Using the ‘traffic light’ method (green, orange, red), this map categorises individual buildings as fully accessible, partially accessible and non-accessible. The map is regularly updated and extended to other buildings. Mapping follows approved guidelines issued by the Prague Organisation of Wheelchair Users, and individual city districts also participate mapping. For selected buildings, information is provided for recommended access routes from barrier-free public transport stops and stations.

Contact: Bohdan Baron, baron@ipr.praha.eu

This digital map showing barrier-free buildings and public areas represents a unique map produced in collaboration between Prague City Hall, the Prague Institute of Planning and Development and the Prague Organisation of Wheelchair Users (a civic association). Using the ‘traffic light’ method (green, orange, red), this map categorises individual buildings as fully accessible, partially accessible and non-accessible. The map is regularly updated and extended to other buildings. Mapping follows approved guidelines issued by the Prague Organisation of Wheelchair Users, and individual city districts also participate mapping. For selected buildings, information is provided for recommended access routes from barrier-free public transport stops and stations.

Contact: Bohdan Baron, baron@ipr.praha.eu

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