Vinohrady, a cadastral district in the city of Prague, covers Prague 2, 10, and 3. The name of the residential district, which means vineyards in English, received its name from the 14th century vineyards that covered the area in tasty grapes and vines. From 1867 to 1968, the area was called the Royal Vineyards or Kralovske Vinohrady; some houses still bear the old addresses on blue signs. Vinohrady is considered the wealthier section of Prague and is home to a large number of expatriates.