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... saw many renovations every 100 years. The Nazis caused the final renovation in 1945 trying to stop the Prague uprising one week before the end of the war. Their weapon of choice were tank guns.
The Memorial to the Victims of Communism.. I'm not sure what to say about this monument. The memorial itself ...
I just spent two days self-indulgently walking around parts of the Czech National art gallery, which is scattered between several buildings in Prague. It was great. and the photos in this blog are only a fraction of those I took. The first day was spent up on the Castle hill where two palaces hold Old world and Baroque art from Czechoslovakian artists and a fair scattering of European Masters. ...
... and he showed us to the street and got to the hostel safely. Got to the hostel, but couldn't check in cause too early. After your of hostel we chilled in the common room where we watched jumper and Jamie napped. After an hour or so a guy named Fadi came up to us and was like do you guys wanna do a walking tour? And we're like **** it yeah let's go (even though we were both tired as ****) We first went to some little place near the hostel for some breakfast where ...
... dedicated to this event. It was a very moving experience and I am glad that I got to learn more about it. In the museum I got to see videos of the Nazis marching down the streets of Prague and across Charles Bridge. It was hard for me to see, since I walk down these streets every day. It is hard to imagine exactly all the pain that these people went through, but I am glad that there are memorials in place so that we never forget it. The most famous memorial ...
... as a time capsule of the past. We enjoyed a short walk through the town and viewed its Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance houses.
Later, we continued through Southern Bohemia to the Czech capital, Prague - "The City of a Thousand ...