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... for its gingerbread shops which dates back to 1610. Wandered along the cobbled street markets observing the fine fares on offer. The Frauenkirche ("Church of Our Lady") is also located in the haupmrkt. It stands on the eastern side of the main market. An example of brick Gothic architecture, it was built on the initiative of Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor between 1352 and 1362. The church contains many sculptures, some of them heavily ...
... Cathedral. It was built in 2 sections which are clearly marked. Construction took some 600 years,the entry (newest) section being completed in 1929. There is a fabulous view of Prague from outside the Cathedral. We walked from here down many steps into Lesser Prague where we passed St Nicolas church (different one from yesterday) then walked onto the Charles Bridge and past the Klementinum which contains the city's archives ...
... of Prague so the next morning we walked up to the Metro which took us 2 stops and we were in Saint Wensaslas square in the centre of town.
Paid for the trip and at 10.20am off we went driving through some amazing areas of Prague in a small mini bus. All the way up to the Prague Castle where we watched the Changing of the Guard.
Bus back into the City and down comes the rain. We had to go across to C& A to buy an umbrella. Because it was so miserable ...
... a hat maker had an ostrich above his front door. Saw a house with boars, another with a horse! (Not sure who lived there!)
Our guide remembers that during the communist years, nobody was allowed to walk in the green space i.e. parks.
The Velvet Revolution of 1989 freed the Czechs from communism.
They claim to have the best beer in the world!
Tomorrow we have a full-day excursion to Prague ...
... they simply closed up), at least they didn't replace them or tear them down.
It was also nice to see all of the Jewish history in the city. We had a chance to see the old synagogue and cemetery. It is too bad that it is hard to really get a view of these sites because the more modern buildings (1900) makes it difficult to get an unobstructed view. If you do visit these sites, be aware that there is an admissions charge for every ...