Steve McIntyre has started to look at the climate records outside the Americas. I was pleased that he picked Prague:
Figure 1: The Meteorological Street, connecting the old and new part of Praha-Libuš, a neighborhood on the southern border of Prague (see Google Maps). On this street, you can also find the Meteorological Elementary School (WWW). ;-) A home page of the weather station is here. See also current temperature (Praha-Libuš is in the middle) or a whole PDF document about the weather station - it's full of pictures of the station (pages 3,4,8,14, and others) as well as graphs (e.g. page 26).
Figure 2: Prague ham.
Please don't confuse Libuš and Luboš. Libuš is rumored to have been a place with extraordinarily geese already during the reign of the female Prophet Libuše after whom the neighborhood is apparently called. ;-)
As one of the links above shows, Praha-Libuš and Praha-Ruzyně (close to the international airport, Western border of the capital) are becoming the main two weather science places in Prague. The traditional place to measure the weather was Praha-Klementinum in the middle of Prague. See e.g. the average annual temperatures over there since 1775.