Tyn Church    		The Church where the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe is buried. View  from Town Hall Tower

Tyn Church The Church where the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe is buried. View from Town Hall Tower

5 ways to get off the beaten path while visiting Prague, one of the most crowded tourist centers in Europe | This Is My Happiness

5 ways to get off the beaten path while visiting Prague, one of the most crowded tourist centers in Europe | This Is My Happiness

POLAND-- want to visit this place where my collection "Boleslaweic" is made..

POLAND-- want to visit this place where my collection "Boleslaweic" is made..

Only have 48 hours in Prague? Then this guide is for you: Where to Stay, What to Do and Where to Eat - Click for your guide to the Perfect Weekend in Prague! *********************************************************************** Prague Top Things To Do | Weekend in Prague | 48 hours in Prague | Prague Highlights | Prague Top 10 Things To Do | Where to Stay Prague | What to Eat Prague

Only have 48 hours in Prague? Then this guide is for you: Where to Stay, What to Do and Where to Eat - Click for your guide to the Perfect Weekend in Prague! *********************************************************************** Prague Top Things To Do | Weekend in Prague | 48 hours in Prague | Prague Highlights | Prague Top 10 Things To Do | Where to Stay Prague | What to Eat Prague

#Prague #St.Vitus #Cathedral  --  St. Vitus Cathedral  --  Within the Prague Castle Complex  --  Prague, Czech Republic

#Prague #St.Vitus #Cathedral -- St. Vitus Cathedral -- Within the Prague Castle Complex -- Prague, Czech Republic

Golem statue in Prague: The legend reached the city of Prague not earlier than the year 1730 where the famous Maharal of Prague was said to have created a golem in order to protect the Jews of Prague from pogroms. When the golem began to get out of hand, the Maharal took the divine name from his forehead and restored the golem to his dust which is now supposed to reside in an attic in the Altneuschul.

Golem statue in Prague: The legend reached the city of Prague not earlier than the year 1730 where the famous Maharal of Prague was said to have created a golem in order to protect the Jews of Prague from pogroms. When the golem began to get out of hand, the Maharal took the divine name from his forehead and restored the golem to his dust which is now supposed to reside in an attic in the Altneuschul.

The famous Cafe Louvre of Prague, where the likes of Kafka and Einstein would dine. One of my favorite places in Prague...food is great, atmosphere is great, and even has billiards tables in the back!

The famous Cafe Louvre of Prague, where the likes of Kafka and Einstein would dine. One of my favorite places in Prague...food is great, atmosphere is great, and even has billiards tables in the back!

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