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... exhibit of Jewish Customs and traditions and items dating back to the 16th century.
The Klausen Synagogue was next and also dates back to the Golden Age of the Renaissance Ghetto. It was a very small building but had a large collection of items from the 17th and 18th century from the Jews of Prague.
The Pinkas Synaguoge is the second oldest and the interior has been tunred into a memorial to the 80,000 Jewish victims of the Nazi genocide ...
... see. We are currently on the train now to Austria Vienna which should take 4 hours and 45 minutes! We now have another traveller with us that we met in Prague, Yasmin! Coincidently she actually saw us at the concentration camp tour the previous week and came up and told us that at our tour in Prague! We became really good friends with us and now she's staying at our hostel in Vienna! It's crazy how everything works ...
... a professional tour guide explaining the history of the buildings and their importance. As we went from sight to sight we bought drinks along the way to make the evening more exciting. The highlight of the evening was viewing the Prague castle, it looked stunning with all the lighting. We unexpectedly came across a light show similar to the vivid Sydney festival. It was spectacular seeing all the old architecture lit up in an array of ...
... your time, and because of that I will try to make these entries as fresh and fascinating as I possibly can.
I wanted to start this blog earlier, but I've honestly been very busy, and when I find the time to do something more grounded, I just can't be bothered to write. But I'm writing now. And uploading a whole lot of pictures.
Let's get started.
August 1st, 2013
I hopped on a plane from Baltimore-Washington to Prague, ...
... the entry fee was too high and the tour that included it was 3 hours.
Bohemia - What is it?
It Is located in the contemporary Czech Republic with its capital in Prague. In a broader meaning, Bohemia is a historic country of central Europe that was a kingdom in the Holy ...