Residence Langhans

Address: Vodickova 11 & 37, Prague, Czech Republic | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Historical Prague

A travel blog entry by peter_maggie on Jun 02, 2015

4 comments, 47 photos

... became State religion under pious Wenceslas , duke of Bohemia (rc925-929) Wenceslas was the 'good King Wenceslas of the Christmas carol. In 950 King Otto conquered Bohemia and incorporated it into the Holy Roman Empire. Under the rule of John's son Karel IV (r134-78) as King of Holy Roman Emporer, Prague grew into one of the largest and prosperous cities.
IN October 1938 Nazi's occupied Prague, 90% of Jews were wiped out, May 8th 1945, Germans were granted free ...

Prague

A travel blog entry by jimtrap on Aug 29, 2014

7 comments, 24 photos

... 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.

What strikes you is ...

Prague castle and Old Town

A travel blog entry by joannacooper on Aug 25, 2014

13 photos

A reasonably eRly start today as we have to have breakfast Nd be ready for our organised tour by 8.30am. Very impressive breakfast here at the Hilton I must say - it would rival some of the best we have had in Asia and they know how to put a breakfast on! I can see why people say you put on up to 5 kgs on these trips! Our tour guide managed to get caught in traffic ( her story) and we started 15 minutes late, but she ...

Last day in Prague

A travel blog entry by alanna21 on Jun 21, 2014

4 photos

Today was my last day in Prague and it started off quite wonferful as I slept in till 9. This significantly helped the cold I've had. I took the morning pretty easy, chatted with Jason and my hunger pains started talking so I checked out a local bakery. One of the awesome things about not understanding the language un any context is that you are surprised when you pick a random food in a bakery counter. This morning I thought I picked what looked like a plain tubular donut like ...

Subjective tango opinion

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Apr 08, 2014

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with the ferocious wind of pain
I will never forget
and I'll always hear