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CZ, Prague: Wenceslas Square - life on the famous
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Wenceslas Square is a major social and business centre. Its landmarks are the National Museum and statue of St. Wenceslas. Wenceslas Square on Old Town remains a traditional place of human demonstrations, celebrations and other mass actions. Currently there is revitalization.
Jewish quarter should be a mandatory stop for tourists as well as for locals. Many Praguers pass it with their eyes closed forgetting, perhaps even realizing it, about priceless historic part of the city.
In Jerusalem street, an inconspicuous street from Jindrisska tower in Prague, is hiding a gem among Prague's buildings - the Jerusalem or als the Jubilee Synagogue. Witnesses may know it as the Great Synagogue.
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and its largest city. I was born there and I have been living there ever since. Prague covers the area of 496 square kilometers and there live more than 1,2 million people. Prague is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.
No matter what the current weather is, Kampa and Charles Bridge are still overflowed with tourists. Including the day when the temperature fell to minus 3 degrees and it was occasionally snowing. This place hidden under the Charles Bridge offers thousands of different views. Kampa is simply beautiful in every season of year.
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.
Wenceslas Square, better known among the people as "Václavák" every Czech knows. Even the one, who the Czech capital and its inhabitants really hates. Rivalry between Prague and the rest of the Czech Republic there is no secret.