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National Theatre in Prague

Originally conceived of in 1844 but not constructed to the beginning of 1866 the National theatre in Prague is a collaboration of the arts, culture and heritage of the city of Prague.  The original construction was granted permission by the Prague Government to open an independently funded and operated cultural …

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Stromovka Park

When visiting Prague you may soon become overwhelmed by the sheer amount of sights to see and places to visit.  For many people this may become exhausting and for those on vacation may soon need a vacation in order to relax.  This is where taking some time to relax and …

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Wallenstein Garden

When visiting Prague you will be surrounded by culture, history and buildings that will take you back in time to the days of kings and queens.  Surrounding the city are an assortment of gardens, parks and other carvings of nature that will allow you to center yourself as well as …

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Dancing House Prague

Czech Republic Travel Advice

When visiting Prague you will be surrounded by churches, castles, medieval statures, gardens and sights that will just take your breath away.  When visiting Prague you may feel that you have taken a giant step back in time and as a result wonder if the city will ever catch up …

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St. Nicholas Cathedral

The cathedral stands along with former Jesuit house the professional middle or epicenter of the Lesser Town Square.  St. Nicholas cathedral is a leading example of the advanced architecture of the Baroque period. Everyone who comes to the cathedral is amazed by its size and monumentally conceived interior.  The most …

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Petřín Lookout Tower

When it comes to taking a trip to Prague you have to make the observation tower in Petrin your first stop.  The tower itself is only 60 Meters high which in itself doesn’t sound like a large structure to observe from but in the tower is built upon one of …

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