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... in the Treasure Room in the ground floor. The most interesting item is the Diamond Monstrance called “Prague Sun”. It is a gift from Countess Ludmila of Kolowrat, who got more than six thousand diamonds as a wedding gift from her third husband. In her last will she wrote, that a monstrance for Loreta should be made of these diamonds. The Diamond Monstrance was made in 1699.
ST. VITUS CATHEDRAL
While the Prague Castle complex houses many buildings, ...
... decided she wanted to jump out of the boat. As a joke, I drove the boat off without her, leaving her stranded.
After around a minute or so, I felt too cruel so I went and picked her up in the boat. We then tried to race a couple of people which did not turn out to well as we were beaten but it was fun nevertheless. With around 10 minutes remaining of the hour, we drove close to the foot of the bridge with around 2 meters of water below me. I ...
[D] I can think of no other way to describe Prague other
than… wow… It is fantastic, everywhere you go is another row of old buildings.
Its no wonder UNESCO have listed the whole old city as a significant site. We
spent the whole day walking up, down, around and came back with stiff necks
from looking up all the time.
Prague is full of tourists, there is no escaping ...
... statues! We also saw the Castle on the top of the hill and the Parliament building where the current Czech President lives! For dinner we the Kielbasa again and headed to an 80s club called Lacerne and a couple of cave bars for the night! The next morning we had to head back to Florence around 8:30 am because we had a long 12 hour bus ride ahead of us! Prague was an amazing city and I'm so happy I was able to experience it!
... the historical sites & learned a lot of interesting facts & legends. Some of the highlights included: the St. Charles bridge (built in 1357), the Jewish quarter (the largest in Europe), the main square with the old town hall & astronomical clock (which chimes every hour), Prague Castle, Lennon Wall (a graffiti painted wall dedicated to the death of John Lennon in 1980 - during ...