Surprises of Prague

Good to walk without a map around Prague and discover both their famous and unassuming tourist spots. It was a delight to miss my bus tour as this forced me to explore Prague by foot, and I was consoled by the artistic and cultural places I stumbled upon my way.

 

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Old Town Square

 

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Church of Our Lady before Týn at Old Town Square

 

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Národní muzeum (National Museum)

 

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View of Vltava River from Malá Strana (Lesser Town)

 

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Piss Statue by David Cerny (in front of Franz Kafka Museum, Prague)

 

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Gingerbread Cookies

 

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Shakespeare Bookstore in Malá Strana

 

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Čertovka (also called Little Prague Venice in English)

 

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Prague Castle

 

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Near Prague Castle

 

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Musicians on Charles Bridge

 

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Statue on Charles Bridge

 

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Wenceslas Square Statue of Saint Wenceslas

 

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K for Kafka

 

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Narrow Alley

 

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Apple Museum in Prague

 

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A Jazz Restau

 

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Beer Museum

 

All photos by Pia Lorenzo

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