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The Medieval Wonder of Prague


Prague is so different.  It feels incredibly old, it's abundant in it's beauty, and it's progressive all at the same time. I am trying something different in this post. I am going to let Prague talk to you through photographs.  Less talk, more pictures. So here are the bare bones of it: We arrived by train from Vienna and stayed at the Hotel Certovka, which is perfectly walking distance to everything. One thing that you need to do- grab a seat on the patio of a restaurant in front of the astronomical clock, order a latte, and enjoy the show at the top of the hour.  It's the best experience in the city! Enjoy.

The Vltava River divides the city.

The stunning Charles bridge at sunrise. 

Prague Castle & St. Vitus Cathedral

Nerudova Street still has the house signs that marked particular residences instead of addresses. 

The Jewish Quarter. 

The Dancing House aka "Fred & Ginger"

Old Town Square

The elaborate astronomical clock.

Museum Kampa


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