Memories of Prague 2019

It’s almost a year since we visited Prague in Czechia, one of our favourite cities.

I am quite sure, like virtually everywhere, it has been affected by the 2020 crises, but it remains one of the most beautiful places in Europe and the world.

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Prague City Centre, Czechia 2019

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Prague, Czechia (Czech Republic) 2019

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Wenceslas Square, Prague

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Prague 2019 – Sculpture in Wenceslas Square

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Prague, Czech Republic – 2019

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What not to miss in Prague. — Arshia

Reblog from https://wordpress.com/read/blogs/137454868/posts/1932

My family and I visited Prague in the summer of 2019, and while it’s been a year since then, I haven’t been able to properly talk about the cities we visited. If you want to see my posts on some other cities we visited on our trip, I’ll link them below! Budapest (Photography Series) Why […]

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Photographs of Beautiful Prague 2019

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Beautiful Prague – The Metropolitan Cathedral of Saints Vitus, Wenceslaus and Adalbert

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Prague Churches, Some of the Best I’ve Seen Anywhere

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These pictures are just a selection of some I took on a recent trip to Prague. Nothing could have prepared me for the sheer quality of the churches throughout the city. I can’t remember the names, I was simply blown away by the visual and spiritual feast.

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Pictures of Wenceslas Square, Prague, Czech Republic

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Known as Vaclav in Czech, Wenceslas (actually a Duke, according to some) was martyred by his brother, Boleslaus in the 10th century.

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Wenceslas Square is a major focus for national events in Prague and some compare it to the Champs Elysees in Paris.

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There are some examples of progressive sculpture and art in the square today.

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