Prague is a historical district of the Polish capital - originally a suburb, now part of Warsaw, located on the right, eastern bank of the Vistula.
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The suburb received the status of a city on February 10, 1648 by the decree of King Vladislav IV Vasa. On April 18, 1791, the city of Prague was abolished, becoming one of the historical districts of Warsaw. Nowadays, its territory is divided into Prague North and Prague South.