• FRANTIŠEK LANGER


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 29 April 2004
    FRANTIŠEK LANGER was a major Czech writer and dramatist and a war veteran from the “Western Front”. From ...
  • VÁCLAV BENDA


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 29 April 2004
    VÁCLAV BENDA is considered one of the symbols of Czech dissent and the post-November movement. In 1998, he received...
  • LADISLAV SITENSKÝ


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 29 April 2004
    On 28 October 2007, he was awarded a Medal for Distinguished Service by the President of the Czech Republic.
  • Division General Ing. ALOIS ELIÁŠ


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 28 April 2005
    Division General Ing. ALOIS ELIÁŠ participated, as the Prime Minister of the Protectorate Government, in shaping...
  • Prof. JOSEF SUK


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 28 April 2005
    The violin virtuoso Prof. JOSEF SUK is recognised around the world as an excellent interpreter with perfect technique,...
  • JUDr. Ing. VLADIMÍR KOTINSKÝ


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 28 April 2005
    JUDr. Ing. VLADIMÍR KOTINSKÝ got involved in resistance activities at the beginning of the occupation,...
  • MUDr. NADĚŽDA KAVALÍROVÁ


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 28 April 2005
    MUDr. NADĚŽDA KAVALÍROVÁ serves as the Chairman of the Confederation of Political Prisoners. She was actively...
  • JOY KADEČKOVÁ


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 28 April 2005
    (* 6.12.1921, † 20.4.2006) Editor and translator JOY KADEČKOVÁ was a member of ...
  • FRANTIŠEK MÜLLER


    Awarded honourable mention of the Mayor on 3 May 2006
    FRANTIŠEK MÜLLER: aviator, retired colonel.For his great bravery shown during the Second World War...
  • ÁJA VRZÁŇOVÁ


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 3 May 2006
    ÁJA VRZÁŇOVÁ: figure skater and business woman. In 1947 – 1950, she was the Czechoslovak figure skating...

  • prof. MUDr. VÁCLAV TOŠOVSKÝ, DrSc.


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 3 May 2006
    (* 1 July 1912, † 26 Nov. 2007) paediatric surgeon. He started his career in the Prague Czech Children’s Hospital...
  • ARNOŠT LUSTIG


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 3 May 2006
    ARNOŠT LUSTIG: writer, prosaist, publicist, and screenwriter. He is a laureate of the Karel Čapek Award (1996),...
  • Prof. PhDr. FRANTIŠEK ČERNÝ, DrSc.


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 3 May 2006
    (* 21.2. 1926, † 12.6.2010) Prof. PhDr. FRANTIŠEK ČERNÝ, DrSc.: theatre historian, theoretician, and critic...
  • Ing. plk. Alexander Beer


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 8 October 2007
    Ing. plk. Alexander Beer (* 7 Feb. 1917): Vice Chairman of the Czechoslovak Legionary Community, was active in the independent...
  • PhDr. Antonín Klimek, CSc.


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 8 October 2007
    (* 18 Jan. 1937, † 9 Jan. 2005): historian, writer; among his most significant works is the Great History ...
  • Prof. Břetislav Pojar


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 8 October 2007
    (* 7 Oct. 1923): director, screenwriter, and illustrator of animated films, professor at FAMU.
  • Zdeněk Šputa


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 8 October 2007
    (* 23 June 1916): painter, sculptor, designer. His works are represented in public and private...
  • Irena Bernášková


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 5 May 2010
    (*7 Feb. 1904 – †26 Aug. 1942) – a figure in the anti-Nazi Resistance. She was a leading figure in...
  • Anna Fárová


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 5 May 2010
    (*1 June 1928 – †27 Feb. 2010) – an internationally recognised historian and theoretician of photography, translator, ...
  • Stanislav Fišer


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 5 May 2010
    (*14 Dec. 1931) – actor. A figure of the Prague theatre world, ...
  • Dana Němcová


    Awarded honorary citizen of Prague 2 on 5 May 2010
    (*14 Jan. 1934) – psychologist, one of the most significant figures in Czechoslovakia in the second half of the 20th century ...