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... The rain increased and the temp dropped so we quickly crossed the bridge and headed into Jewish Town.
In the Old Jewish Cemetery, the oldest tombstone dates from 1439, so this gives an indication how long a Jewish community has been in Prague. Burials took place in the cemetery until 1787. Today it contains almost 12000 tombstones but the number of persons buried there is over 100000. Jews were not allowed to be buried outside the ghetto, so the dead had to be ...
... restaurant. Definitely someplace to try on another visit.
Once we descended we walked to the second most visited site, the Charles Bridge. The area near the bridge had many small shops and restaurants. We had to stop for a interesting pastry Staročeské Trdlo. The dough is rolled into thin cords then wound around a metal form (looked like a hollow rolling pin to me). Then the form is placed in an open oven and ...