Battle of Prague, 6 May 1757 - Attempted envelopment.
Source : The Department of History, United States Military Academy
The Prussians attacked up the rising ground here towards the Austrians (roughly in the direction of the chimney in this photo)
Though the Prussians won the day (just), they did not have enough troops left to storm the city, and their now depleted numbers would be completely routed the following month at the Battle of Kolin by General Daun (a post I promise in the coming months once I get a chance to drive back out to Kolin to take some pictures). This more or less put paid to Frederick the Great's attempt to snatch Bohemia away from the Austrians, as he had done with Silesia. For the rest of the Seven Year's war the Prussians were on the defensive, and it was only the inability of the Austrians and Russians to effectively cooperate in the east which saved Prussia.
Today there is a small memorial to the fallen of the battle on the site of the main Prussian attack, the fields around full of horse paddocks.