Prague: The City of a Hundred Spires

 

I must say that Josef Hormayer a Czech writer, it justice when he nicknamed Prague the city of a hundred spires. The majestic beauty and architectural genius that this city possess is merely breathe taking.

What is most impressive about this city is the fact that it has preserved its beauty since its inception. It boosts of impressive historical attractions such as the Prague Castle (the oldest castle in the world), Charles Bridge, Old Town Square, Petrin, the sublime astronomical clock. Its location on the Vltara River makes Prague a dreamy destination.

Prague is so impressive that one blogpost is insufficient to capture all its beauty. I was so impressed with this cities people, red tiled roofs, cabro streets, transport system and culture.

Here are some pictures to give you a glimpse of my experience in Prague.

The beautiful sett streets of Prague
The beautiful sett streets of Prague
Charles Bridge also known as Karluv Most on the Vltava River
Charles Bridge also known as Karluv Most on the Vltava River

 

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The famous trams of Prague
The famous trams of Prague
The Astronomical Clock
The Astronomical Clock
Wenceslas Square
Wenceslas Square
The entrance to Charles Bridge
The entrance to Charles Bridge

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Prague River Cruise
Prague River Cruise

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The medieval Armour for Soldiers in Bohemia in the Prague Castle
The medieval Armour for Soldiers in Bohemia in the Prague Castle
The Dancing House aka Fred and Ginger
The Dancing House aka Fred and Ginger
Me at Charles Bridge  (Karluv Most)
Me at Charles Bridge (Karluv Most)
Charles Bridge
Charles Bridge
Wenceslas Square
Wenceslas Square

Have a great day.

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