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Prague Afternoon

After the castle we hastily headed down to the restaurant as some storm clouds started rolling in.  We did not have to walk far and in all honestly the rain did not last very long.  But while it was raining we were sitting down enjoying a nice dinner and coffee.  Good times, Prague never disappoints […]

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St. Vitus Cathedral

To many people St. Vitus Cathedral is Prague Castle. While the Prague Castle complex houses many buildings, St. Vitus is the one that dominates the skyline wherever you are in city.  This Gothic masterpiece was commissioned by Charles IV and it took almost 6 centuries to complete. As well as being the largest and most important temple […]

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Prague Castle

Prague Castle, founded in 870 AD, is the largest medieval castle in Europe. It was the seat of the Kings of Bohemia for centuries, and today the President of the Czech Republic rules from here. It is also the premier tourist attraction in Prague. Prague Castle (Pražský Hrad) is located in the Castle District (Hradčany), […]

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