Prostějov consists from seven administrative parts: Čechovice, Čechůvky
, Domamyslice, Krasice, Prostějov, Vrahovice
- Meir Eisenstadt (c. 1670–1744), author of rabbinic literature
- Jonathan Eybeschutz (1690–1764), rabbi
- Moses Sofer (1762–1839), rabbi
- Gideon Brecher (1797–1873), Austrian physician and writer
- Moritz Steinschneider (1816–1907), bibliographer, orientalist
- Ignaz Brüll (1846–1907), Austrian pianist and composer
- Nathan Porges (1848–1924), rabbi
- Edmund Husserl (1859–1938), German philosopher
- Jiří Wolker (1900–1924), poet, journalist and playwright
- Otto Wichterle (1913–1998), chemist, inventor of contact lens
- Antonín Přidal (1935–2017), translator, writer and university lecturer
- Nina Škottová (1946–2018), politician
- Vlastimil Petržela (born 1953), footballer and football coach
- Luděk Mikloško (born 1961), footballer
- Petr Hořava (born 1963), physicist
- Paulina Porizkova (born 1965), Swedish-American model and actress
- Karel Nováček (born 1965), tennis player
- Lukáš Krajíček (born 1983), ice hockey player
- Petra Cetkovská (born 1985), tennis player
- Petra Kvitová (born 1990), tennis player
Twin towns – sister cities
- ^ "Population of Municipalities – 1 January 2020". Czech Statistical Office. 2020-04-30.
- ^ "Hvězdy TK AGROFERT Prostějov" (in Czech). TK Agrofert Prostějov. Retrieved 2019-08-17.
- ^ "Partnerská města" (in Czech). Statutární město Prostějov. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
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