The Battle of Domažlice was fought on August 14, 1431 as the part of the 5th crusade against Hussites. The crusade was sent to Bohemia after the negotiations in Pressburg and Cheb between Hussites and Emperor Sigismund had failed. The Imperial army besieged the city of Domažlice. However, the sight of the approaching singing Hussite army of Prokop the Bald scared the crusaders and they fled en masse through the Bohemian Forest. The Hussites chased and destroyed them.
Famous bridge over the Vltava in Pargue connecting the old town with the Malà Strana district. Charles IV put down the first stone on July 9th in 1357.