Prague, Czech Republic

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Charles Bridge

A bridge connects the coast local beauties of the Vltava River ( a district of Mala Strana) and The Older Place. The Charles Bridge is considered to be the most beautiful stone bridge across Europe. Besides it’s beauty attributed it adds another –‘’mystical quality’’. The residents of the capital and its guests piously believe that if you touch the statue of John of Nepomuk (standing right there on the bridge) and make a wish, it will certainly come true.

Prague, Czech Republic



Golden Lane

Probably the most unusual place in Prague. There are always plenty of people. Street fame is gained thanks to the miniature houses, painted in different colors.

Once it was home exclusively to guards guarding the Prague Castle. But why the street was called gold, nobody knows exactly. Although there are a couple of interesting legends surrounding the complex. According to the first- street belonged to the alchemists, who, have gained the knowledge of transforming ordinary iron into gold. And the second alleges that Golden Street was built by the craftspeople who were living there and were chasing gold coins.

But whatever it was before, now there are a huge number of souvenir shops and cosy cafés. Most of the stalls are only open until 6 pm, as well as a large part of the cafes.

Also, it is worth remembering that upon your entry to the Gold Street will have to pay a fee, but after six in the evening, you can stroll down it’s streets and you ca do this for free.

Dancing House

It is a completely unique in its design and architecture -office building. The Dancing House is located in the very center of Prague.

The building is owned by two architects — Vlad Miluniče and Frank Geary. The building really looks more than unusual. Visually, they are two cylindrical towers, one of which is curved in a most peculiar way.

The roof of the Dancing House is given to a French restaurant, where you can not only appreciate the local cuisine, but also admire the views of Prague.

Church Of Our Lady Before Tyn

The Church of our Lady before Tyn has a history which dates back seven centuries.

Body Temple is the oldest of all ecclesiastical instruments throughout Pragueand it dates back to 1673 and is the work of a German craftsman named Mundt.

It is interesting that even after so many years, the temple is rich in surprises. For example, at the beginning of this century in the Church služki, was quite accidentally found an ancient fresco (Gothic period).

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