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Places To Visit In Prague
Prague is the capital city of Czech republic as well as its largest city and has been a very important European city for many centuries. It gives you a very unique mix of old world charm mixed with the modern society having survived any damage during the world war 2. Some of the best places to visit in this city are given below.
Places To Visit In Prague
Old Town Square
The city’s old town centre is a great place to roam about as it’s surrounded by beautiful old structures all around. See the famous Astronomical Clock, Tyn Church, Estate Theatre and the Jan Hus monument.
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There are several other important historical buildings like Old Town Hall and St.James Church and some other churches.
Officially the biggest ancient Castle in the world, Prague Castle is a magnificent imposing structure with some gorgeous views all around. The castle contains much more to see like the St. Vitus Cathedral, the Castle Picture Gallery, the beautiful Royal Gardens and several other buildings.
Made in 14th century, this bridge is one of the most beautiful structures in Prague.
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Connecting the Old and New town it is place full of people and entertainment. You can listen to the musicians playing and shop around for various artifacts.
Originally made as an extension to the Old Town, the New Town offers several places worth visiting. You should visit the popular Wenceslas Square where you can eat and shop or visit the National Museum on top. You will be surprised to find very romantic spots and restaurants along with many quiet places and old architecture.
Prague Dancing House
It is a very unique architectural symbol for Prague with its very nontraditional design. Resembling a pair of dancers, its offers beautiful views of the city and also houses a French restaurant.
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Dox-centre For Contemporary Art
This is a new modern building with loads of new exciting exhibitions, objects and artifacts to see. Built in European style it is definitely worth a visit.
A very prominent art building in Prague, it has the city’s largest concert hall and exhibitions and various concerts and festivals keep happening here. Prague Spring Music Festival opens here every year.
Prague City Museum
It contains a very beautiful work, 19th century Prague by Anton Langweil in great texture and detail. Even very small details are highlighted.
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Infant Of Prague
It is a very famous statue of Christ, also known as the Holy Infant of Prague. The original statue is present in the Church of Our Lady Victorious in Lesser Town.
Surrounded by the old town, it is the Jewish quarter and former Jewish Ghetto is a symbol engraved in history of Jews in the place.
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Most of the present buildings were made in 20th century but some of the old part is still present. It was supposedly preserved during the massacre of Jews by Nazis to serve as a museum for a race which was supposedly “going to become extinct”. The Jewish town hall an some other parts are now a part of the Jewish museum.