Mûstek

October 17, 2009

The Old Jewish Cemetary

The Old Synagoge

Concert in the old city square

Astronomical Clock

The view of Prague’s old city square at night. It looks like a castle but its actually a church. You can find architecture like this all over the city, hence why prague is called the city of a Hundred Spires.

The National Museum

Staropramen, a Czech Pilsner

The almost vertical escalator in the U-bahn

Charles Bridge statue

Explains the story of knighthood. Notice the gold stains, that is because it is considered good luck to rub the knights.

Charles IV in front of his bridge.

Prague from the north bridge. You can see the castle on the right and in the far left, the mock Eifel tower

Look directly right of the Angel spire. There is a huge functioning metronome. Music is a very important part of Czech life.

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