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A Travel Blog entry by jim.diane from Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
... . Not the most memorable sightseeing of the trip. Our Tour Director then took a group of us to Wallenstein Palace Gardens. The garden had a wall of artificial stalactites that look like skulls and other figures. ...
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... like a gathering of old buildings at the top of a hill! Afterwards we had a look around the Wallenstein Palace gardens and then agreed we should partake in a traditional Czech pastime - having a beer in one of Prague's many beer ...
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A Travel Blog entry by kgraney from Prague, Praha, Czech Republic
... globes. One of our favorite places so far, I think ! We finished our tour at the calming and revivifying gardens of the Wallenstein Palace, which is actually the Czech Senate building today. Another must see for when you come to Prague ! There was no ...
A Travel Blog entry by renard from Praha, Czech Republic
... ? The Vysehrad? The castle? That's not all! The gardens under the castle? The St. Vitus cathedral? The St. Nicholas' church? The Wallenstein palace? Still that is not all! You might not like Praha at first sight, but it is big and everything about it is ...
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Letenska 10, Praha 1 - Mala Strana, Prague, Czech Republic625 reviews
Located on the grounds of the magnificent Waldstein Palace, this elegant 17th-century garden is designed in the baroque style with classical bronze statues and gurgling fountains.