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CZ, Prague: The National Museum - Great Renovation
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You have literary a unique opportunity to see an empty National Museum in Prague, which currently undergoes a renovation. You can enjoy its usually closed lookouts on all its roofs and other places forbidden to regular visitors.
There are many amazing sights, squares and nooks in Prague. Today, we take you to Holesovice borrough which many know mostly for Vystaviste exhibition ground. However, today we take a look at Veletrzni palac.
This time we go to the capital of the Czech Republic to make a beautiful walk to see the most popular tourist attractions which would give us another perspectives on the life on the city on the Vltava River.
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.
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.
Every time kids went to visit the National Museum, they felt it was a punishment. However, for them it was still a lesser evil then learning. One started to put things into a broader perspective after he/she matured, and started to understand analogies between the past and the future. Then he/she began to appreciate the hidden value of the National Museum. Until recently hid.
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.
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.