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Dancing House

The Dancing House, nicknamed 'Fred and Ginger' is an office building in downtown Prague. It was built in 1997 by…

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St. Vitus Cathedral

A narrow passage leads to the third courtyard of the castle, and a sudden view of the immense and awe-inspiring…

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Trade Fair Palace (Veletržní palác)

This huge grimly palace is now the venue for the National Gallery's Centre for Modern & Contemporary Art. A seven…

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Sternberg Palace

Sternberg Palace is open for the public after the reconstruction in the years 2002 and 2003. The palace houses permanent…

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Loreta

This pretty baroque monaster has been a place of pilgrimage since 1626, when it was endowed by a Bohemian noblewoman,…

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Church of Our Lady before Tyn

Come to see this impressive Old Town parish church, especially at night. This Gothic church was built in 1365 on…

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The House of the Black Madonna

This building at Celetná no. 34 was designed by Josef Gočár between 1911 and 1912 as a multifunctional building with…

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Old Jewish Quarter

The Jewish quarter is a small area known as Josefov, named after Emperor Josef II, whose reforms helped to ease…

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Wenceslas Square

The south end of Na příkopě meets Wenceslas Square (Václvské náměstí) - the 750-metre long and 60-metre wide boulevard. It…

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Charles Bridge

The 13th-century Charles Bridge (Karlův most) lined with half a kilometre of Baroque statues ranks among the most popular tourist…

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Astronomical Clock

The most popular part of the tower is the town hall clock. Prague's Astronomical Clock is one of the oldest…

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Old Town Square

Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí) has been Prague's principal public centre since the 10th century, and was its main marketplace…

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