Prague

Journey to Prague History: Prague Old Town Square

Prague Old Town Square (Staromestske Namesti) is one of the richest squares you can actually see. The baroque style of the most beautiful examples of architecture, but in fact, and even in the Middle Ages, and even before the square filled with gothic structures are hosting a bustling crowd today. …

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World's Oldest Castle Complex: Prague Castle

Prague another rich region Vlatava River, between pauses to be seen in the west, which was founded a large hill overlooking the city of Prague Castle. For more than 1000 years, the city’s administrative district, Prague Castle and various buildings within it, are still the Official Residence of the Czech …

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Astronomical Clock and Old Town Hall

The Astronomical Clock and the Old Town Hall are a famous clock tower and town hall in going to the clock tower. The most famous and important part of the building is undoubtedly Astonomic Clock. Sun clock, moon clock, Josef Manes calendar, apostles, angel and sciences, arrogance, greed, death and …

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Church of St. Niklaus (Kostel svatého Mikuláše)

St. Niklaus Church is a small but important church in The fresco in which Saint Nicholas was portrayed in the 18th century by the Jesuits, the 18th-century preacher chairs, the altar boards in the side chapels, the dome fresco of Franz Palko, the ” Statues of the Church Fathers ” …

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Prague City Hall

The Town Hall is a palace built in The exterior of the Town Hall is adorned with sculptures. At the top of the main entrance of the palace a Bağ Loyalty to Prague “mosaic should be seen. Smetana Hall in the palace is the largest and most impressive concert hall …

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Old New Synagogue

The Old New Synagogue, located in the Old Jewish Settlement of Josefov, is the most important synagogue of In the synagogue where there are separate sections for men and women, the main hall is open to men only. There are parts of the corridor where women can monitor the organized …

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Old Jewish Quarter in Prague (Josefov)

Josefov or the Old Jewish Quarter , in English, is a settlement in Located at the top of the list of , Josefov is the area where Jews live around the walls for 500 years. II. During the reign of the Jews in the period of Joseph, the communities that …

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Charles Bridge (Charles Bridge)

Charles Bridge (Charles Bridge) is the most famous bridge built in . The bridge connects Prague Castle and Mala Strana with Stare Mesto. This bridge, built instead of Judith Bridge, is 516 meters long and 13 meters high. Located on the Vltava River, Charles has survived the great flood and …

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St. Vitus Cathedral

The famous St. Vitus Cathedral in in the list of this cathedral was built in the year 1344 and must place the coronation of the king and queen from the construction site and present Prague has been the eternal istiratgah. The Gothic structure was added to the 18th and 19th …

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Wenceslas Square (Wenceslas Square)

Wenceslas Square, or otherwise known as Wenceslas Square , is the square that witnesses many important events in Czech history. The most well-known of these events is that the student Jan Palach burned himself here in 1969 and that the events in reaction to police violence in 1989 led to …

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