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CZ, Prague: Ctěnice castle - relaxing
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Ctěnice castle you would find at the very edge of Prague, in the Prague 9 - Vinoř. Ctěnice is ideal place for a relaxing trip. In addition to riding club and castle garden, the castle itself but is inaccessible.
Not so long ago, the Prague City Hall has invested in extensive reconstruction of the castle Ctěnice considerable sum. Today in the castle area, which people in a short period of time can easily fall in love, it is not possible to give even a cup of coffee.
Prague's Charles Bridge is after the Písek one, the second oldest stone bridge in the Czech Republic. The unique monument registered on UNESCO World Heritage List will attract thousands of tourists daily. The atmosphere of love foreigners and fellow citizens are proud of this gem.
About 35 kilometres to east of Prague lies an inconspicuous village Přerov above Labe - to first glanc seems to be adjusted, but when one observe more, looks as all others - a bit sloppy. The main tourist attraction is the local museum - the oldest in the country and the fourth oldest in Europe. Experts call it officially as the Elbe ethnographic museum. About it a local take care as gem.
The Czechs, who are able due to because of the "little beer fest - day of the Ram" in the Velké Popovice go from Prague several special trains, and also free, it is hard to refute that they are nation of beer drinkers. But not only for beer revel our people.
Strašnice in Prague – only few would go there to try to find some landmark. And yet some fans of architecture would admire Trmal’s Villa, today a museum. The architect Jan Kotěra, the founder of modern Czech architecture, built it in 1902-1903.
Old buildings with arched portals are typical sight of Drevcice, a village near Prague. Across this very village St Wenceslas passed during his last ride to Brandys. There are many such edifices in the village. Local architecture will catch your attention. Despite they are truly enchanting, we are more interested in medieval fortress that was used to be known as Villa Dreucici.
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