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... night we have our normal walking tour of Prague and back to our big room at the hotel, a nice change from the cabin. We tour the stunning old town of Prague once again world Heritage listed and dating back to the 9th century. This city is another highlight of our trip. We are then whisked off to a Chateau for lunch, a one hour drive away. Lots of grizzles from weary travellers. Had a wine tasting, wine was ****, not a winner, one hour drive back to Prague and ...
... It was a brutal climb uphill. My calves were burning and I had to take a couple breaks. When we reached the church we realized this is where Prague Castle is, something we planned to see Saturday. It was 4:30 and the palace closes at 6. We'd have to make this climb again tomorrow. We looked at the cathedral for a bit as we'd come all that way for it, then we left making our way back down hill. Cory wanted to see ...
... attended and it appears to be an important part of Prague history.
The names, dates of birth and place of residence of over 80,000 Jews who were from Prague and who perished in WWII are recorded on the walls of the first synagogue. The work is massive, sobering and engaging. Other areas of this and other synagogues contain historical items of interest. Unfortunately, no photography or videos are allowed.
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... compound is the wonderful Cathedral of St Vitus, St Wenceslas and St Adalbert. All of the two or three churches we have looked inside today are incredibly ornate, with gorgeous statues and painted ceilings, and loads of gilt everywhere. We saw the changing of the guard, and spent some time just gazing out over the city.
We had lunch in Mala Strana (Small Side of Town) in a small Czech tavern. Charlie had an ENORMOUS pork 'knee' - a bit like a lamb shank, but three times the ...
In the morning we went to the Jerusalem Synagogue which is one of the other synagogues in use today.
It was built in 1906.The synagogue is designed in Moorish Revival form with Art Nouveau decoration, especially in the interior. It was lately renovated and still serves religious purposes. After the Czech Republic became independent of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, it became more usual to call the synagogue the Jerusalem Street ...