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CZ, Prague: Old Town – Thousands of Stories Across Centuries
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The Old Town of Prague is known at least at photos almost all over the world. The most famous is, of course, the Charles Bridge, which connects the Old Town with Mala Strana burrough. Tourists are also very interested in the Prague Astronomical Clock, which is probably the most preserved medieval astronomical clock in the world, the Tyn Church, the Bethlehem Chapel and other monuments. Inside the alleys, you will not know if you should look at the front of the house, look for sculptures that support rafters or read memorial plaques.
Together with Hradcany, Charles Bridge and Male Mesto, the Old Town of Prague is one of the iconic places in the city which is popular all around the world. The history of this part of the city dates back to the 9th century, the world-famous town hall was established in 1338 as the first one of its kind in Bohemia. Let's go together to the most famous places and hidden nooks.
Who would have thought that before the great flood in 2002 and a few years later would become one of Prague's most luxurious neighborhoods? Today, there is are great cafes, bistors and restaurants one next to another. The houses have been beautifully repaired and the streets are always full of life. You will easily think that you walk along some beautiful boulevard in France.
There is much interesting about the capital of the Czech Republic. There are many landmarks and historical streets. The history truly walked through the city. There is, however, another perspective from which you can see Prague. Vltava boat cruises are available all year round. On every cruise there is an interesting lecture on landmarks including information you perhaps haven’t heard before.