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A Travel Blog entry by anadiez from Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
... most beautiful and charming cities I have ever visited, and when it comes to cool things to see in European cities, Prague's marvelous Astronomical clock is definitely on the list. I think I stood in front of the clock more than ten times during my ...
A Travel Blog entry by juneauwoman from Messina, Sicily, Italy
... About Nothing and it being the most heavily bombed city in Europe in World War II. The campanale houses the world's largest astronomical clock. There are bronze automata which move slowly at noon. This sight, which I'd love to see, includes a roaring ...
A Travel Blog entry by dancejill from Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
... St. George slaying a dragon. He was a popular chap all over the world. We crossed the square to see the Prague Astronomical Clock. Only recently it was proven that it was made in the year 1410. It was constructed by the clockmaker Mikulas of ...
A Travel Blog entry by gv.blogger from Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
... an elevated cemetery and the most amount of gravestones I have ever seen crammed into one area. Another sight we saw was the astronomical clock in the town centre. Every day on the hour tourist gather round to see the performance of the animated figures ...
A Travel Blog entry by bss-tour-2013 from Prague, Hlavní město Praha, Czech Republic
... the Prague Castle is called Hradčany. Prague Astronomical Clock The Prague astronomical clock, or Prague orloj, is a medieval astronomical clock located in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. The clock was first installed in 1410, making it ...
A Travel Blog entry by c.i.222 from Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
... to Prague with a lunch stop in Olomouc. OLOMOUC: A brief on Olomouc: In addition to the city hall astronomical clock, Olomouc is also known for St Wencelas Cathedral and Premyslid Palace where Mozart composed the 6th Symphony, and for the ...
A Travel Blog entry by tadtravels from Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
... move in an hourly show. The oldest part of the clock dates back to 1410 – making it the oldest working astronomical clock in the world. After seeing the Astronomical Clock and taking some pictures, we felt like we had seen enough of ...
A Travel Blog entry by melissa2010 from Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
... the time upon the hour), and finally, an infidel Turk wears a turban and portrayed as a piper. I am obsessed with the Astronomical Clock. On our tour we passed the Estates Theater which is inextricably linked with Mozart. It was here ...
A Travel Blog entry by mdaa from Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
... is popular with both locals and tourists. Really neat buildings and cathedrals surround the square. One of the main attractions is the Astronomical Clock on the bell tower of the Old Town Hall. It’s a very one-of-a-kind clock. There are actually ...
A Travel Blog entry by dianeinlondon from Prague, Czech Republic
... in existence. It creation was ordered by the king and at the time it was built it was the tallest and most impressive astronomical clock in all of Europe. The clock brought tourists from all over Europe to Prague to view its splendor and when the king ...
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Jilska 7, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
... in total, that was booked on easyjet hotel website. Its locaton could not have been better only about 1minute walk to old square,astronomical clock and 2minute walk to charles bridge all i can say is just go there prague is the best city i have been ...Traveler Rating
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Staromestske namesti 1, , Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic3877 reviews
Completed in 1354, this seventy-meter-high tower features the famous 16th-century Astronomical Clock, an important symbol of Prague.