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The use of agricultural land in the vicinity of Prague agglomeration

In this work, we focus on human influence from the point of view of the decline of agri-managed areas. Specifically, we will focus on the area of Prague, which is located in the very heart of Central Europe. The city of Prague, which is very often visited by tourists around the world, has undergone great socio-economic development over the last two centuries, which is also related to the form and distribution of this agglomeration. More than a million living people work here every day and it is estimated that half a million people travel daily to Prague. This city is therefore under great pressure in terms of transport, service, data and supply infrastructure. This has led to a number of changes and the general expansion of this city into a wide area.