Strategically located in the heart of Europe, Prague is a fairy-tale city of spectacular beauty. Also known as the Golden City or Mother of Cities, Prague has inspired the world's eminent personalities for centuries. The city is like an open book which offers so much to read, to dream about and to understand. Both facades and interiors of the houses, churches, cathedrals, towers and monuments talk about the very beginning of Prague's history; because Prague has miraculously been saved the destruction of both world wars and has retained its originality, something only a very few cities in Europe can boast. Its magnificence still attracts millions of tourists from all corners of the planet each year. They come to walk down cobblestone streets while admiring all the evolution of the architecture art: from the Romanic Style until the Modern (Cubist) Style. Every building style over the past millennium has left permanent traces here. Take a look to the photos below to understand why even Europe's most feared dictator – Hitler, loved Prague; he liked Prague so much that he wanted to save it for himself.
Thank you very much to Adrian Lupusor for great photos of Prague!
Prague Astronomical Clock, or Prague Orloj. The clock was first installed in 1410, making it the third-oldest astronomical clock in the world and the oldest one still working
The National Theatre of Prague, known as the Alma Mater of Czech opera, and as the national monument of Czech history and art.
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