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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... so the day we were there also happened to be Liberation Day which was celebrated with services around the city and a fly over by military planes. Unfortunately on May 8th 1945 Prague was liberated by the Russians, and this led to them being under communist rule from then until 1990. An interesting memorial/resistance to the communist rule is the existence of the Lennon wall just near the Charles Bridge. After John Lennon's death in 1980, the youth of Prague made ...
Street musicians: Swear to God, I've seen them many times out West doing this same drill, dancing and playing on their pipes that haunting, mystical music to the spirit gods. I have a number of their CDs: Hopi Indians, Wenceslas Square, the main drag in Prague. Big crowd right behind me, grinning and looking perplexed but enjoying it all the same. Those people have seen anything like ...
... Amadeus, and where Mozart actually performed several times during his life), with members of the Royal Czech Orchestra. As much as we enjoyed the concert last night, this one is even much better, and the energy and emotion produced by these musicians is captivating. The room itself is magnificent, with a 350 year old fresco gracing the cavernous concave ceiling and pink and white marble highlighting the walls and fenestration. We all love the concert, and have ...
... could take art classes, there was a symphony, etc and at one point this city was evaluated by the Red Cross. They decided it was a great place to live and passed it, so impressed they cancelled their evaluation of Auschwitz- go figure. Way to go Red Cross. The art work was incredible, as it is always enlightening (not always in a positive way) to see something from the eyes of a child. We wrapped up at the Spanish Synagogue before finding our way back for the day across the Charles Bridge to our ...
... a living. This one with the hands, I was told by one of the men in our group, indicated that the dead man was descended from priestly stock (Kohanim) who blessed the people in this fashion. He also said that Star Trek's Vulcan salute is based on this as Leonard Nimoy is Jewish. We took a little coffee/tea break after this so the guide could talk about what happened to the Jews from this district during ...