November 12, 1784 – Three separate cracks of the town were united into one separate unit – Star Msto, Nov Msto, Mal Strana and Hradany; Krlovsk, the capital city of Prague, was established with those districts, an area of 143 ha and 76,000 inhabitants.
January 1, 1850 – Pt tvrididsk Msto, named Josefov, is connected to Prague.
26th of 1883 – Vyehrad became the sixth district.
November 8, 1884 – Holeovice and Bubny became the seventh crack fortress.
April 16, 1901 – Libn was legally connected; Libe (Prague VIII) was ceremoniously annexed in 1901; Prague had 21 km2 and about 233,000 inhabitants.
January 1, 1922 – The law on the creation of the Great Prague came into force, 38 surrounding villages and their cities were connected to Prague: Bohnice, Brank, Bevnov, Bubene, Dejvice, Hloubtn, Hluboepy, Hodkoviky, Hostiva (without the settlements of Milov and Hje), Hrdloezy, Mal Chuchle, Jinonice, Karln, Kobylisy, Koe, Kr, Liboc, Maleice, Michle, Motol, Nusle, Podol, Prosek, Radlice, Sedlec, Smchov, Stranice, Steovice, Stkov, Troja, Veleslavn, Krlovsk Vinohrady, Vokovice, Vrovice, Vysoany, Zbhlice, Zti (st Modany village) and ikov; Prague acquired the official name of the Capital City of Prague, it had an area of 171.64 km2, 676,000 inhabitants and was divided into 19 districts.
April 1, 1949 – the land of Prague is newly divided into 16 first city districts.
July 1, 1960 – Ruzyn, the settlement of imice and the towns of Dolnch Chaber, blic, Hj, Holyn, Kunratic, Lysolaj, Nebuic (Jenerlka), Petrovic, Pedn Kopaniny and eporyj were annexed to Prague; Prague had an area of 188 km2 and was divided into the first ten districts. In 1961, it lost one million inhabitants (1,005,823 inhabitants).
January 1, 1968 – 21 municipalities from the district of Prague-entrance and Prague-west were flown to Prague: akovice, Doln Chabry, Doln Mcholupy, blice, Hje, Horn Mcholupy, Chodov, Kbely, Kunratice, Kyje, Lahovice, Letany, Libu, Lysolaje, Modany, Nebuice, Petrovice, epy, Suchdol, trboholy, Velk Chuchle; Prague grew to 293 km2 and in 1970 had 1,079,526 inhabitants.
1970 – The Russian land is connected to Prague with an area of seven km2.
July 1, 1974 – Another 30 municipalities were connected to Prague: Benice, Bchovice, Bezinves, Doln Poernice, Dube, Horn Poernice, Cholupice, Klnovice, Kolodje, Kolovraty, Krlovice, Keslice, Lipence, Lochkov, Nedvz, Psnice, Pedn Kopan st ), Radotn, eporyje, Satalice, Slivenec, Stodlky, eberov, Tebonice, Uhnves, jezd nad Lesy, jezd u Prhonic, Vino, Zbraslav, Zlín; the highest area of the city of Prague by 199.4 km2 to 496.88 km2, the number of inhabitants increased by about 60,000.
January 1, 1995 – Prague had 15 first districts (founded by the city of Prague 11 – 15), in addition to which ten more city districts were appointed by the state administration.
Since July 1, 2001 – Prague is made up of 112 cadastral countries, with only 57 city districts administering 22 first districts with various competencies (Prague 1 and 22).