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Old Town Square – Prague, Czech Republic

Old Town Square – Prague, Czech Republic

  Old Town Square is a historic square in the Old Town quarter of Prague.   I think most tourists visit this square since it’s the location of the medieval astronomical clock on the Old Town Hall which was installed in 1410 and still is fully functional! Every hour the figures flanking the clock are set into motion which tourist crowd around, but it’s honestly not that spectacular. If you’re in the area when the time is right, yeah, go…

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Charles Bridge – Prague, Czech Republic

Charles Bridge – Prague, Czech Republic

  One thing you can’t miss when you’re in Prague is Charles Bridge.   I mean literally, you CAN’T miss it since it’s such a central part of the city connecting Staré Město and Malá Strana over the river Vltava. The bridge was built in 1357 (moment to process that please!) and is still used every day. Everyone that knows me know that I’m a huge sucker for old architecture, and I just adored this bridge.       We crossed…

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Travel Throwback Thursday: Prague 2017

Travel Throwback Thursday: Prague 2017

In the autumn of 2017, I travelled to Prague with my family. We stayed in the Czech Republic capital for five days and explored as much as possible during our visit. Prague stayed intact during the world wars which means that there are a lot of old and beautiful buildings which I just adored – Prague is such a pretty city! We visited the Astronomical Clock, Charles Bridge, Old Town Square, Saint Nicholas, Prague Castle, the Powder Tower, Wenceslas Square, the Dancing…

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