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Several seagulls fly around the Charles Bridge. The Charles Bridge (Czech Karl? V most) is the oldest bridge in Prague, Vltava river and through the Old Town to the Lesser Town. It is the second oldest existing bridge in the Czech Republic. Its construction started in 1357 with the approval of King Charles IV, and finished in the early fifteenth century. Since at the time was the only way to cross the river, the Charles Bridge became the most important communication channel between Old Town, Prague Castle and adjacent areas until 1841. The bridge was also an important link for trade between Eastern and Western Europe. Originally this communication channel was called Stone Bridge (Kamenný most) or the Prague Bridge (Pražský most), but it takes its current name since 1870. Romantic Prague. A couple photo on the Charles Bridge. The Charles Bridge (Czech Karl? V most) is the oldest bridge in Prague, Vltava river and through the Old Town to the Lesser Town. It is the second oldest existing bridge in the Czech Republic. The need for a new bridge emerged after the old Judith Bridge was destroyed by a flood in 1342. This Romanesque bridge was named after the wife of King Ladislaus I. Astrologers and numerologists determined that Carlos IV should attend the settlement of the foundation stone at 5:31 AM on July 9, 1357. This moment can be stated as 135797531, and forms a palindromic sequence of ascending and descending odd digits, which is engraved on the tower of the Old City. The construction was supervised by Peter Parler, and led by a "magister pontis", Jan Ottl. A couple kissing passionately on the Charles Bridge. The Charles Bridge (Czech Karl? V most) is the oldest bridge in Prague, Vltava river and through the Old Town to the Lesser Town. It is the second oldest existing bridge in the Czech Republic. Throughout its history, the Charles Bridge witnessed many events, while was damaged on several occasions. In 1432, a flood destroyed three of its pillars. In 1496, the third arch (counting from the Old Town) collapsed after one of the pillars descend due to erosion at the bottom. This time, the repair work lasted until 1506.
Views of the Church of St. Nicholas from the Charles Bridge. The Church of St. Nicholas in Malá Strana (not to be confused with Staré M? Sto) is considered the most beautiful Baroque building in Prague. If St. Vitus Cathedral is the Gothic masterpiece, the Church of St. Nicholas is the Baroque. The construction of the church began in 1673 by order of the Jesuits, with the first buildings completed the parish and the school building. Although the work was completed in 1752, it began serving Mass in 1711. Views of the Church of St. Nicholas from the Charles Bridge. The Tower of the Church of St. Nicholas is one of our favorites of Prague, the climb is exciting and has several rooms halfway that can be visited. In these rooms you will learn much about the history of the Bell and its various functions. Like the Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge towers and the Old Town Hall, the Church of St. Nicholas is also an indispensable part of the panorama of Prague. One of the most beautiful baroque buildings in Europe Mala Strana district crown for more than three centuries, being the place admiring crowd of people daily around the world.Surrender you too at its beauty and grandeur Baroque! The couples swear eternal love by placing a lock on the Charles Bridge. Along the Charles Bridge in Prague is this bridge with bars full of padlocks. Is not this a unique place to have occurred to find another use locks to keep the belongings as we can find in different cities around the world with padlocks bridges like this. They are in Rome, Moscow, Pecs, Seoul, Korakuen, Cologne, Wrowclaw, Montevideo, Huangshan, Odessa, etc.. Bridge The original staircase descending from the bridge to Kampa Island was replaced by a new one in 1844. The following year, a new flood threatened the integrity of the bridge, but ultimately there were no significant damage. In 1848, during the days of the Revolution, the bridge escaped unharmed to the guns, although some of the statues were damaged. In 1866, lights were installed pseudo-Gothic style (gas initially, but later would be replaced by electric) on the railing of the bridge. In the 1870s the first regular public transport (bus) became operational on the bridge, which would be replaced later by a tram pulled by horses. It was also in 1870 that the bridge would be called by its current name from Charles Bridge. Between 1874 and 1883, the towers underwent a thorough renovation.
Cruise on the River Vltava. A stroll along the Vltava River is an activity that should not be missing on a trip to Prague. You will find boat trips at all hours and for all budgets. There are many types of boat trips on Prague: from short walks to see the city from the river to day and evening cruises with lunch and dinner. If you want to have a perfect evening you can choose to ride with dinner and live music, see Prague illuminated from the Vltava and enjoy a nice dinner is always a hit. Where hire rides? The best way to save time and power lines to ride when you want is to book online. We have reached an agreement with the most important agency in Prague in order to offer their tours with a small discount: Charles Bridge. Among the 30 statues from the Charles Bridge stands out the San Juan Nepomuceno, where you must not forget to touch the bronze relief at his feet. This ensures that carries a little luck Prague. This statue is not here by chance, but that was precisely the Charles Bridge from where he was thrown into the Vltava the body of this saint. Legend has it that San Juan Nepomuceno King would not reveal the secrets of confession of Queen and so was tortured to death. At the other end of the bridge conclude two Malá Strana Gothic towers that are part of the millions of photographs that take visitors to Prague annually. How the best way to enjoy one of the most beautiful medieval bridge in the world? Depart early and go to the Charles Bridge at dawn, when it will be all yours. Along with the first musicians, painters or sellers of beautiful memories, meet the authentic atmosphere of this Gothic gem linking the banks of the Vltava river for more than 650 years. Padlocks on the Charles Bridge. Charles Bridge will never cease to fascinate painters, photographers and poets who flatter him in his works. When the first rays of the sun touch the ground and illuminate the massive cobblestone Gothic towers at both ends, hard look to find a more romantic place. With the imposing Prague Castle silhouette background and gallery of Baroque statues on the sides, it is not surprising that belongs to the most beautiful in Europe. One of the many legends that the construction of Charles Bridge was opened by Czech King and Roman Emperor Charles IV in 1357 exactly on 9 month 7 at 5 hours 31 minutes. The reason was a favorable constellation of the Sun and Saturn and the fact that this date corresponds to the line of odd numbers one to nine, and vice versa. Perhaps the magic combination of numbers 1-3-5-7-9-7-5-3-1 gave the bridge its strength, beauty, and the admiration of millions of visitors from around the world. Another legend says that the mass at which there were the stones for the construction of the bridge would add eggs, wine and milk. All this had to provide the perfect bridge to stability over the centuries.
Padlocks on the Charles Bridge. The idea, inspired by the protagonists of the novel I have wanted you, by Federico Moccia, is to close a lock and throw the key into the river to seal a relationship. Although the Roman municipality removed the locks, they began to join in unexpected ways, and try to stop this tradition that endangers the structure of this bridge, the custom migrated to other cities where they are still closing promises of eternal love. Some other famous bridges are lucky they Vecchio, Florence, the de Triana in Seville, Pont des Arts in Paris; Tretyakov in Moscow; Hohenzollernbrüke in Cologne, Germany, in Wroclaw, Poland, Huangshan, China, the bridge mother, in Odessa, Ukraine; Bryggebroen in Copenhagen. A couple on the bridge of lovers. Prague. Not as flashy or known as the great Charles Bridge, but Prague residents love this small and charming trellis bridge, almost camouflaged in the less known the beautiful old town and just 20 meters is capable of crossing with extreme confidence nothing more and nothing less than the Canal del Diablo. The former Priory Bridge, where still today you can see the old mill wheel, elf has its own water and some years is the favorite place for lovers to close its locks on SENAR eternal love. A girl walks past the John Lennon Wall in Prague center. The John Lennon Wall is a wall, which once was one most of which could be found in any of the buildings in the Mala Strana district in the capital of the Czech Republic: Prague, but since the beginning of the 80 so named to be continually decorated with graffiti-inspired new figure of John Lennon and pieces of Beatles songs. The wall is located in the Plaza Velkop? Evorské nám? Stí, against Buquoy Palace which houses the French embassy and is owned by the Knights of the Maltese Cross Order that allow continuously follow new graffiti painting on it.
Views from Mala Strana neighborhood of Prague Castle. The Mala Strana is located at the foot of Prague Castle and ends at the river. It is the old part of the city and one of the most stately. It shows in the streets, in the edificiosy in the environment. The building houses are old, some very ornate, but excellently preserved, with bright colors that give off strength. Everything is spotless and very well kept. The streets are tiny, some at cost, with the castle at the very end. Many are paved with cobblestones, which gives it a more classic yet. One of the prettiest is Nerudova, which is lower we will castillohasta neighborhood center. Next door is the Church of St. Nicholas, worth visiting. It pays to shop long vultecita these streets, you go back to the past. The restaurants and bars also keep the old style combined with modern day and age. Having a beer in one of them is a pleasure. It is also one of the best places to OCMER, for their restaurants, most are of very good quality and not too expensive. In many traditional food served scrumptious. Views of the Church of St. Nicholas and the neighborhood of Mala Strana from the Prague Castle. Getting lost in Mala Strana, in the evening a winter month, is enjoying a unique experience in Prague. The dim light of the street, neighborhood street lighting help, and much, to the environment, is to go back to the past, imagine riding through the streets and hear the sound of a horse's hooves on the cobblestones. Inside the castle of Prague. Prague Castle (Prague Castle in Czech) is an architectural located in Prague, capital of Czech Republic. Despite the successive fires and invasions, is one of the most notable and iconic sumptuous remains of great historical, cultural and social development of the city. Built in the ninth century, was the residence of Bohemian kings, emperors of the Holy Roman Empire, presidents presidents of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic. In it are the jewels in the crown of Bohemia. At 570 meters long and 130 medium width, is considered the largest ancient castle in the world.
Images of the Vltava River as it passes through the Charles Bridge in Prague. The Vltava (Czech: Vltava, in German: Moldau; Polish: We? Tawa) is the longest river in the Czech Republic. Born in the Czech part of the Bohemian Forest, passing by? Eský Krumlov? Eské Bud? Jovice and Prague, and finally joins the Elbe at M? Lnik. Its length is 430 km and irrigates an area of ??approximately 28 000 km ², at its confluence carries more water than the Elbe, but joins at right angles to its course, it seems a tributary. Image from the Prague Castle. First Mala Strana neighborhood, then the Vltava River and behind Mestro Nové neighborhood. Nové M? Sto The conditioning of this neighborhood by Emperor Charles IV is the largest urban development project that takes place in Europe during the fourteenth century. Its complete structure and its main areas are preserved to this day. Architectural works carried around Wenceslas Square during the late nineteenth and early twentieth virtually become an open air museum. The New Town was planned medieval walls around the Old City (vestiges of the present streets Revolution? Ní, Na P? Ikop?, And Národní). A tram passes the Hotel Roma in the lower part of Mala Strana. In antiquity, Malá Strana was named Male M? Sto Pražské (The small city of Prague). Male M? Sto Pražské was created in 1257 by an amalgamation of settlements that stretched under the Prague Castle, constitute a single administrative unit. This was under the reign of P? Emysl Otakar II. The newly founded nucleus obtained permission from a population more Real and various privileges. Residents were mostly German craftsmen invited by the King. Despite the royal status, the King did not control the whole city. By mid-century the city changed its name to Mala Strana.
Classic Taxi to see the city of Prague. To explore the city, and made it the most original way, from a new perspective. The Route of the Historic Cars (Prague you travel in a vintage car.), A classic in the city that expands its circuits. No city that will pay more for this type of tourism that Prague where circulating through the streets and squares decades can transport you back in history. Antique cars are based next to the Old Town Square. Prague historic drive. Visit Retro Prague from 350 CZK (14 EUR) An original with a retro touch to discover the center of Prague in a walk of lovers, friends or family. Discover the rhythm of a walk, the riches of Prague and its various neighborhoods. Go through the narrow streets of the Old Town, Lesser Town and admire the Castle District thanks to the comments of the driver. The proposed historic cars are original models of the 20s. These cars that belonged to the gentry of the time are now in perfect condition by maintaining that they are done periodically. A Japanese take pictures with a Polaroid in the gardens located in front of the Café Lippert front of the Old Town Square. The Old Town Square (Czech: Staromestské nám?stí (help · info)) is a historic square in the Old Town of Prague in the Czech Republic. It is located between Wenceslas Square and the Charles Bridge, the Old Town Square in Prague is usually overrun with tourists during the summer. Featuring various architectural styles including the gothic Church of Our Lady before Tyn and baroque St. Nicholas Church, the square is an oasis for weary travelers in the narrow streets of Prague. Among many churches, tourists may find the Astronomical Clock this square, while the tower of the Old Town Hall offers a panoramic view of the Old City.
Petrin Tower. With its 60 meters high and a structure similar to the Eiffel Tower, the Tower of Pet? Ín is the highest viewpoint of Prague. From the terrace above you will be 51 meters high 200 meters above the river Vltava. The resemblance of the Tower of Pet? Ín the most important Parisian landmark is no accident. Pet Tower? Ín was built two years after the Eiffel Tower, in 1891, to the National Exhibition in Prague. The Monte Pet? Ín is one of the most beloved recreation Prague, gardens, an old vineyard, are preferred by people from Prague to walk and even sunbathing. Reflections in the streets of Prague in a branded red announcement. If in the past have had the opportunity to visit Prague will agree on the fact that here you will find many beautiful women. All elegant and always immaculate with perfect dresses. Many top models come to the Czech Republic, just think of Eva Herzigova, Hana Soukupova, Karolina Kurkova, Daniela Pestova and more. Considered the beauty of women and the grandeur of the city, it is not surprising that many advertising spot was filmed in Prague. If you like fashion along Prague find interesting boutiques. The city also boasts of having many famous stylists such as: Klara Nademlynska, Helena Fejková, Ivana Stocklassa Follova and Hana. Trams in Prague. The Prague tram network is 135 kilometers and has 25 daytime lines and 9 at night. In combination with the meter allows to reach any point of interest in the city. Historically, streetcars began operating in Prague on September 23, 1875. In the beginning the trams were pulled by horses. Due to the advent of electric tram derailments and constant suffering animal-drawn trams in 1891 opened the first power line. In 1896 more than one million passengers used this means of transport. Daytime Schedule lines operate from 4:30 to 24:00. The night, with numbers from 51 to 59, operating between 24:00 and 4:30 hours with a frequency of 30 minutes.
Kafky Franze Street. (Fran Kafka). The historic center of Prague is divided into five boroughs (old, new, Jewish, small and Castle). Maybe we could start the tour at (1) Kafka Museum (Cihelná 2b) in the Mala Strana (Little Quarter), another option is to start in the (2) Charles Bridge, from where there is the Castle. Walk to the Staré M? Sto (old quarter) on this bridge built with sandstone from Bohemia in the fourteenth century under the reign of Charles IV. Throughout you can see 30 statues that were placed in the sixteenth century and that tell part of the story of the kingdom of Bohemia. Make a stop in front of the (3) statue of St. John Nepomuk, patron of Prague, who would have to ask back (and say it works). From here you can also see the (4) Národní Divadlo, the National Theatre, Neo-Renaissance and rebuilt after a fire in the late seventeenth century, Kafka frequented. Prague Castle. Equestrian statue of St. George slaying the dragon. . Legend-possibly originated in the fourth century, tells the story of George, a Roman who killed his father after Gerontius, Roman army officer moved with his mother to the hometown Polychrome thereof: Current Lydda-Lod (Israel ) -. There, Polychrome could educate your child in the Christian faith and shortly after reaching the age of majority is headed in the army. Because of his charisma, Jorge soon ascend and, before the age of 30 he was tribune and eat, being destined to Nicomedia as a personal guard of the emperor Diocletian (284-305). Carroaje horse drawn tour in the Old Town Square. The Old Town Square. The Old Town Square is one of the nicest places in Prague. Cozy and old, the square is surrounded by interesting streets why it is a real pleasure to walk. The square is full of interesting buildings most notably the Church of Our Lady of Tyn, St. Nicholas Church and the Old Town Hall. Church of Our Lady of Tyn Built in the fourteenth century on an old Romanesque church, the Church of Our Lady of Tyn (Kostel Matky Bozi p? Ed Týnem) is an impressive late Gothic church with two towers of the sharp dominate the skies over Prague.
Sale of different books by Franz Kafka. Franz Kafka (Prague, Austria-Hungary, July 3, 1883 - Kierling, Austria, June 3, 1924) was a Prague-Jewish writer who wrote his work in German. His work is considered one of the most influential literature universal5 6 and is full of themes and archetypes on alienation, physical and psychological brutality, conflict between parents and children, terrifying characters in adventures, mazes of bureaucracy, and transformations mystical. He was the author of three novels, The Trial (Der Prozeß), The Castle (Das Schloß) and the disappeared (Amerika or Der Verschollene), the novella The Metamorphosis (Die Verwandlung) and a large number of stories cortos.7 also left extensive correspondence and autobiographical writings. His unique literary style has been commonly associated with the artistic philosophy of existentialism - which influenced - and expressionism, and on some level it has been compared with magical realism. Kafka scholars argue over how to interpret the author, some speak of the possible influence of some anti-bureaucratic political ideology, a religious mystic or a vindication of their ethnocultural minority, while others are set in the psychological content of their works. His personal relationships also had great impact on his writing, particularly his father (Letter to his father), his fiancée Felice Bauer (Letters to Felice) and sister (Letters to Ottla). St. Vitus Cathedral (Chrám svatého Víta Svatého Katedrála Víta or, in Czech) is a temple dedicated to Catholic worship located in the city of Prague (Czech Republic). Forms part of the monumental artistic Prague Castle is the largest exhibition of Gothic art in the city. Since 1989 dedicated to St. Vitus, St. Wenceslas and St. Adalbert. It was the scene of the coronation of the kings of Bohemia and buried it are also all the holy bishops and archbishops and a number of kings. The cathedral, although Catholic, is state-owned since the beginning of its construction in the fourteenth century. St. Vitus Cathedral is the symbol of Prague and the Czech Republic, both for its stormy history and its artistic value. It was the culmination of the claims of the Kings of Bohemia who wanted to convert the diocese of Prague archbishopric. The first stone was laid on November 21, 1344 by the Archbishop of Prague, Pardubice Ernesto, in the presence of King John of Luxembourg and his sons, Charles (the future Charles IV of Bohemia) and John. It was erected on the same site where formerly stood a round Romanesque basilica dedicated also to San Vito, which still remains. The project was designed by French architect Matias Arras, which was inspired by the early French Gothic art, modeled on the cathedrals of Toulouse and Narbonne. In fact, St. Vitus Cathedral is one of the last major signs of this artistic. St. Vitus Cathedral is the largest cathedral in Prague and one of its most significant monuments. It is located within the Prague Castle. Its construction started in 1344 by John of Luxembourg and, after various times and different architects, was finally finished in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. St. Vitus Cathedral opened its doors to the public in late 1929. The cathedral houses the tomb of Wenceslas IV (King good), the Crown Jewels, and is the crowning place of the kings of Bohemia. In 1419 work was interrupted because of the Hussite rebellion. The Hussites, contrary to the veneration of the saints and the evidences of wealth characteristic of the Catholic Church, the cathedral looted and did crown the King Sigismund in the new temple.
Baby crawling giant Kampa Island. Prague. Here are three bronze sculptures by Czech artist David Cerny, titled "Babies", three giant babies with bar codes embedded in their faces. David Cerny was born on December 15, 1967 in Prague, gained notoriety in 1991 by painting a Soviet tank pink, belonging to the war memorial in central Prague. Since the tank was part of a national cultural monument, his act of civil disobedience was considered "hooliganism" and was arrested. Praha (Czech Republic). Sculptures on the River Vltava. The Vltava River cuts through the magical city of Prague between classical buildings buildings and beautiful bridges that cross, as the Charles Bridge and other more modern. In the Middle Ages the river was used to transport timber from the forests of the south that was used for construction. In the history of the creation of the city, has played a key role. Currently, there are still areas where it descends in rafts, especially indoors. Tourists can enjoy a dinner cruise and the magnificent views of the City of a Hundred Spires from the water. It is noted that the joint capital of Bohemia was made by and for the river when designing your city. No one bathes in its waters, making good the philosophy of Heraclitus. Instead, many palaces and buildings overlook the river, looking from many perspectives, allowed for strong breezes caressing and never give back. A few years ago suffered terrible floods, with some impressive damage, but like a broken heart is involved, the Prague still living in the face of its river. So a dozen majestic bridges linking the two sides of the city, from the art of Charles IV to the last on the outskirts of the city. Museum Kampa. One of the most picturesque buildings on Kampa island, the water mill Sova, rebuilt several times since its first construction in the Middle Ages, is home to the foundation of modern and contemporary art's most dynamic city. You will find many works by František Kupka and Otto Gutfreund other contemporary Czech artists. Renovated with elegance and sobriety definitely a contemporary style, the building, far from being isolated, is open to the neighborhood and the river through large windows and terraces r adorned with contemporary sculptures and a glass tower. This cozy place is an invitation to discover the art of our time.
Prague Tours vintage car. A couple of agencies ofecen a tour around the city aboard vintage Czech cars that date back to the late 1920s and early '30s. There are different points throughout the city where you can access these cars, the tour depart depending on availability or if you request it, provided they are a sufficient number of people. The tour lasts approximately 40 minutes. The 3 Veterans have a fleet of Small Prague and the first Škoda, all date back to the early years of the 30s of the last century. The parts of the city in which you can start the tour are: Staré M? Sto in Ryti? Ská in Malé nám? Stí and the point of contact between the Pa? Ížská and Starom? Stské nám? Stí, and in Malostranské nám? stí in Malá Strana. Changing of the guard at the Presidential Palace, is a colorful spectacle for those who likes this type of event. The Changing of the Guard is a ceremony that has become a major tourist attraction in royal palaces of European cities, such as London, Madrid and Copenhagen. On your trip to Prague will also have the opportunity to attend this ceremony. The Changing of the Guard takes place in the great hall of the Prague Castle, in the main courtyard, in front of the former Royal Palace. In the case of Prague, in the Castle ceremony is performed that includes a flag raising and parade enlivened with the military band. The schedule of this ceremony is every day, at 12 o'clock noon. Also, each time you make a simple change of guard. One of the guards guarding the main entrance to the Prague Castle. The castle consists of multiple buildings, palaces, halls, exhibitions, churches, and of course the golden alley and the cathedral. Login to the site and go through the courts is free, so you can go up and visit without paying. In addition, you can enter the Cathedral for free (but only enter the first few meters, to see it all you have to pay).; Gold Alley also be free admission from 17. In short, there is much to do .. There are at least three points of information where to buy the tickets in the courtyards of the castle 2 and 3; also be purchased at the Art Gallery at the Palace, in the alley gold and the Lobkowicz Palace so perhaps should be given a back to see if there are any with less people ... You can also buy online. Once the queue (we imagine in summer it can be hellish) have to choose what you want to see. Every "thing" is a number from I to X. There are several options, two of which grouped the entrance to several of the must, while the rest are inputs "individual" (a permanent exhibition room, the tower of the Cathedral, a painting gallery, etc).
Monument to the dead of hunger at the foot of the funicular leading to the viewpoint of Petrin. Hunger Wall is a wall, across the park, extending almost from the Vltava river, at the height of Ujezd station where the cable car up to the Strahov Monastery. Why is that name? Certainly not devoured passers or anything like that ... This wall was built in the time of Charles IV, between 1360 and 1362, when a famine seriously affected the city. The emperor decided to expand defensive fortifications south of Malá Strana, using especially the poor and providing in return food for themselves and their families. Petrin Hill rises up to 327 meters south of Malá Strana. In the past provided the stones necessary for the construction of houses and monuments in the city now, its forested slopes and adorned with gardens provide a very nice to walk around enjoying the best views of Prague and river. The most recent of his gardens is a beautiful rose garden dating from 1931, a very nice visit in the warmer seasons. Ducks swimming in the Vltava River. The Vltava River cuts through the magical city of Prague between classical buildings buildings and beautiful bridges that cross, as the Charles Bridge and other more modern. In the Middle Ages the river was used to transport timber from the forests of the south that was used for construction. In the history of the creation of the city, has played a key role. Currently, there are still areas where it descends in rafts, especially indoors. Tourists can enjoy a dinner cruise and the magnificent views of the City of a Hundred Spires from the water. It is noted that the joint capital of Bohemia was made by and for the river when designing your city. No one bathes in its waters, making good the philosophy of Heraclitus. Instead, many palaces and buildings overlook the river, looking from many perspectives, allowed for strong breezes caressing and never give back. A few years ago suffered terrible floods, with some impressive damage, but like a broken heart is involved, the Prague still living in the face of its river. So a dozen majestic bridges linking the two sides of the city, from the art of Charles IV to the last on the outskirts of the city. Bridge over the Vltava River in central Prague. The Vltava, the longest river in the Czech Republic, Czech capital is divided into two parts. A nice walk to do in Prague is the riverside walk at sunset and can see the Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, and many other landmarks. If we continue south along the river, we arrive at the so-called new zone. The appearance is the same as in the old, with the same architectural style and colorful facades, although the streets are wider and there is less historical buildings. One of the most striking is the Dancing House, a strange descontructivista style building that draws much attention. He's very nice to see that in the midst of many classic and regal buildings is this house dancing, looking hiperfuturista, but that does not clash at all with the environment. A good example of how to make a nice building today.
The Astronomical Clock in Prague (Czech Starom? Stský orloj) is a medieval astronomical clock located in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, situated in 50 ° 5'13 .23 "N 14 ° 25'15 .30" E. The clock is located in the southern wall of Old Town City Hall in Prague, being a popular tourist attraction. The three main components of the clock are: the astronomical dial, besides indicating that 24 hours a day, representing the positions of the sun and moon in the sky, and other details astronomical animated figures including "Ride of the Apostles ", a clockwork showing, when the clock strikes the hour, the figures of the Twelve Apostles. The Hanged Man in Prague. "Hanging out" is a sculpture of Sigmund Freud, made by Czech sculptor David? Erný. With its provocative style,? Erný is a political artist whose intention is definitely surprising. This popular sculpture is exhibited also in Madrid, London, Berlin, Rotterdam and the United States (Chicago and Michigan). Its meaning: "the human condition in relation to our need to make conscious decision to live life or let it go". Clock in the Jewish quarter of Josefov in Prague Josefov Jewish quarter of originated when the two existing Jewish communities in the Middle Ages gradually joined. In the beginning one was settled around the Synagogue Staronová (Old-New) and the other in the Spanish Synagogue. The name Josefov is a tribute of the Jews to Joseph II, ruler who started to integrate Jewish life in Prague. During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries due to accusations of Christians, all Jews must wear a yellow identification. The Josefov neighborhood became part of Prague in 1850. In the late nineteenth century the authorities fully renovated retaining only area synagogues, the cemetery and the town hall.
Domes of the St. Vitus Cathedral view from Petrin. The dome of the tower of St. Vitus Cathedral located within the Prague Castle was returned on Monday to its original position after being subjected to several months of restoration work. However, the vagaries of weather have hampered the work of the restorers. Strong winds prevented was placed on Monday the golden lion banner that since the second half of the eighteenth century has been located in the top of the dome of the Cathedral and weighs about 140 kilos. A woman buys delicious trdelník at a street stall. One of the sweets are trdelník Prague. Some cupcakes rolled and hollow, plated sugar, flour, nuts and cinnamon. In this position made ??them great. Trdelník (also known as Skalicky trdelník) is a cake tradicioal of Slovak cuisine (on the border of Slovakia and Moravia) .1 This is a rolled dough on a wooden skewer (whose name is Trdlo) and handle (Rotisserie) a charcoal fire while rotating mass on itself. The final form is that of a fire massecuite cylindrical and hollow inside, slightly smoky flavor with cinnamon and aromatzado. It is very traditional in street markets (in Prague), and is usually served as street food. Markéta Lehecková. Trdelník Stalls. The Trdelnik is a mass of flour, sugar, egg, yeast, cinnamon and milk that is stretched and wound onto a wooden stick (Trdlo) or metal. It passes through a mixture of sugar with finely chopped nuts and put to roast in the coals, turning on itself, until it is golden. Is a sweet and hollow cylindrical shape. Has a garter belt and a nice smoky flavor cinnamon flavor. You can try on many street stalls that we are in Prague, even by some of Vienna or Budapest. The Víno Svarené also find it in the posts of Prague. The streets are imbued with this rich smell of cloves, cinnamon and wine. Help to cope with low temperatures thanks to you conveys warmth to the hands and stomach ... Say the spirit that bears little too does its job. I remember the wine we do in medieval recreations. They drank the Ypocras or Hippocras.
Mushroom soup served inside a bread roll. At mealtime, it is typical to start with a soup, to combat the cold I usually do. The truth is I'm not a big fan of soups, accustomed to the typical chicken soup that is so prevalent in Spain, but the Czechs managed to have a variety of tasty soups. The most typical are garlic and potato, always crave. The potato and mushrooms can potentially serve as the inside of a loaf of bread, as in the past. We can also find noodles soup (a kind of meat balls), dumplings (milk bread), mushrooms and eggs, sausages, noodles, tomato, etc.. In all restaurants usually have several different soups to choose from, yet there never garlic and potato. Resturant and brewery. The brewery Novom? Stský brewery, which was in 1993 the first microbrewery opened in Prague in the twentieth century, houses a large restaurant known for its national gastronomic dishes. The restaurant is decorated with palace? Eský Krumlov and other famous Czech. Please beer keg own making with friends, you can ask from a ten-liter barrel or opt for gourmet beer tasting of four flavors. Equally interesting and varied is the range of meals, including not missing a hearty beef goulash stew stout brewer in Bé? With grilled chorizo ??and a variety of "dumplings" (flour dumplings), radish and pepper or the specialties prepared for a greater number of guests such as roast goose with crispy crust and almond filling, accompanied by braised red cabbage and three types of "dumplings". Ingredients for the Czech brewing. If something is known the city of Pilsen in the world is definitely his beer, the most emblematic of a country already with great brewing tradition. The factory which produces the original Pilsen beer offers visitors a walk through the ancient but modern facilities and history of those flavors fresh and slightly bitter, with malt and hops smell. Some might think even that Pilsen is only one type of beer and not have learned of the existence of a town by that name in western Bohemia. A mid-nineteenth century, was born in Pilsen, located 90 kilometers southwest of Prague, the beer that was destined to become one of the most famous Czech symbols for the rest of the world. Something certainly paradoxical, if we think that the creation of the brewery had to do with the usual poor quality Pilsen beer during the first half of that century.
The Girl, clothing store in the center of Prague. New from Prague is in the Jewish Quarter. In the wake of the big international stores that opened in Paris street, have proliferated "ateliers" fashion, restaurants, bars and hotels trend. There are cities that are renewed by creating neighborhoods to the forefront, often too far from the center to attract international visitors. Not the case of Prague, where everything seems to happen in the Vltava river environment in a revolution of shopping and entertainment in general that soaks its historic neighborhoods to enjoy Prague and tourists. It happens, a lot, in the Jewish quarter, mainly in Paris street, Golden Mile authentic Czech capital leading to Stare Mesto and which have opened in recent years showrooms Versace, Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton and Chanel, among other international firms. Cafe restaurant located in Mala Strana edgy. Czech cuisine is largely based on pork and to a lesser extent, in the chicken and beef. Recipes are also made with meat from other animals, but the Czech Republic is the ultimate destination for lovers of fish. The most typical dish is goulash Prague in its many variants. The base is a beef stew with vegetables. Prague dishes These are some of the dishes that can be found in restaurants: Beer Prague's famous Beef Goulash with dumplings Kulajda: Creamy soup prepared from mashed potatoes, mushrooms and sour milk. Bramborak: Tortilla fried potato dough. Dumplings: flour balls made ??from potatoes or breadcrumbs. Chlebicky: Small canapes different ingredients. Utopenec: Sausages marinated with pepper and fried onion. Bramborak: Tortilla chips made ??from potatoes, eggs, flour, onion and other ingredients. Šopský salat: Salad with tomato, cucumber, onion, pepper and cheese. Tla? Enka: Boar's Head with onions and bread. Pražská šunka: Prague ham. Chocroute: Sauerkraut. Kolache: Cake stuffed fruit compote. Vain? Ka: Traditional bread similar to brioche preparing for Christmas. Goulash: spicy dish prepared with beef, onions, pepper and paprika. Slivovitz: Alcoholic drink prune juice. Pala? Inky: Crepe is filled with ice cream, grilled fruit or jam. Coffee Slavia. In front of the National Theatre, on the corner of Narodni street and Smetana, there is a traditional coffee time, very elegant that takes us back centuries and eras dream. The decor is beautiful, with its grand chandeliers falling into time tables, where the environment still further enhanced by the view of Prague Castle.
Shop specializing in gingerbread cookies. Even conducts workshops for the children to develop. To make gingerbread cookies need: 350g of flour, 130g caster sugar, 20g of butter, two eggs, three tablespoons of honey, half a teaspoon of baking soda, a teaspoon of the spice mixture for gingerbread, which contains cilantro, badian, anise, cinnamon, cloves, fennel, allspice, and vanilla, and egg biscuit spread. Mix the eggs with the sugar, honey and spices and add the melted butter. We are slowly adding the flour with the baking soda until dough is not thick nor too soft. We let the dough rest in a cool place (not the refrigerator) until the next day. Roll out the dough with a rolling pin until half a centimeter thick. Cut cookies with molds of different shapes and sizes, with Christmas themes. We place cookies on waxed paper covered tray leaving enough space between them. We put in the preheated oven and bake for about 8 to 10 minutes. Two minutes before removing the pan from the oven, we spread the cookies with beaten egg. When cool, decorate with the prepared frosting a 100g egg white and powdered sugar. Who wants to have the cookies a little darker, you can add to a teaspoon of cocoa mass. "Craftsmen jengibreros grouped in the guild were required to make gingerbread in the region where they had learned the trade. To join the guild had to be married and pay a sum of money quite high. Those who had no wife or resources, often marrying a widow of a jengibrero to achieve membership and prestige supposed ". Žofín Palace, beauty for the eyes and the soul. In this palace are made different samples of music, dance and drama involving orchestras and companies in the world. An ancient palace divided into different rooms, the Great Hall, Hall, the Lord Mayor Hall, Small Hall and the King's Hall. Intended for different types of events, as this former palace can be rented for private events. The rooms have an exquisite and of high artistic value as the ceiling of the Great Hall, which is great because it really holds up to 800 guests and more than 1000 for a buffet. In the lobby, the rose windows and archways and windows make the most beautiful place for a short reception. The Lord Mayor Hall is a charming living room with golden tones and connects to the Great Hall. On the other hand the Small Hall is a sober lounge for a social occasion, your floors and walls recall the halls of fairy tales. Two musicians churchmen and toned dresses with long trumpets melodies promote an organ concert in the Church of St. Francis of Assisi. Also known as Church of St. Francis of the Crusaders of the Red Star, the baroque church, dedicated to the first Catholic martyr incorporated into the liturgy of Bohemia, was built in the middle of the XVII century by the French painter and architect JB Mathey.
Cafeteria next to the bridge of lovers. The bridge of love (the old mill bridge Grand Prior) is the oldest canal crossing the Devil in Prague. Not very big, has only 20.5 m long and 4.3 m wide. Through its rejita you can still see the old mill wheel and a statue of "vodník". Vodník or water man is typical tale character or Czech? Representing you in like evil witches. But the view of the wheel and vodník it is increasingly difficult for the QTY of locks that people are putting in the fence. To what should this action? This tradition originated in China where next to the Great Wall of China was put strings in which the newlyweds used to put padlocks whose keys after pulling Through the wall to ensure eternal love and happiness. Skinny dipping in beer. Immerse yourself in a true spa naked beer. Bernard Beer Spa. Prague. One of the most representative aspects of the Czech Republic is the beer - something that has a high regard for its inhabitants. The Czechs not only drink their beer, but have also started using beer baths, ie means that beer can be enjoyed on the palate and revitalize the entire body at the same time! The cultivation of hops was made in the Czech Republic for many centuries and the Czechs firmly believe their beer is without doubt the best in the world - what could be a reason why they have the highest beer consumption in the world. Of course, this statistic tourists contribute greatly. Now tourists and Czechs alike enjoy the beer used in the spa, and thanks to the wonders of modern science determines what beer can increase endurance, help the vascular system, relax muscles and help every part of body work in harmony with all others. And aside will see if it works. Javier Castro and Nerea Ruano. Kafka Café in downtown Prague. The Golden Lane is a short street, narrow and beautiful located within the Prague Castle. It was named after the goldsmiths who lived there in the seventeenth century. Golden Lane The left side is occupied by colorful houses that were built into the walls of the castle. These houses were built in the late sixteenth century with the initial purpose of harboring the 24 guardians of the castle. A century after being built, the guild of goldsmiths occupied houses and changed. Dwelt in them several centuries. By the nineteenth century were inhabited by beggars and criminals of Prague. In the twentieth century were evicted and houses have become puppets delis, glass and other typical products.
Advertising on one of the access to the underground tunnels. Prague Metro Opened in 1974, the Prague Metro has 3 lines and 53 stations. Although not fully extended by the city, in combination with trams running throughout enables Prague. Here are the 3 lines and major stops: Line A (Green) Walk Prague from northwest to southeast, from Dejvická to Depo Hostiva?. The most important stops beginning with the west are: Dejvická: is the station where the 119 bus leaves from the airport. Malostranská: Nearest Lesser Town. It is also useful to take tram 22 to climb Hrad? Any. A couple kissing in one of the Prague subway tunnels. Single?? Have not managed to find their soulmate? Do not have time to go to bars to meet your future partner? Maybe Cupid is waiting for you just a few feet underground. Or so the authorities have thought public transport system of Prague, capital of Czech Republic, who have proposed the creation of a series of "love wagons" in the city subway. The idea is that these cars, reserved only for singles looking for their soul mate, be a place for flirting, for seduction and, why not, to fall in love too. The "Love cars" would work in each of the three metro lines in the Czech capital. One of the Prague subway tunnels. The Prague Metro (along with trams and buses) is the most used means of transport in Prague. Prague - 3 lines underground All underground network is divided into three main areas, each represented by its own color: Line A (green) line B (yellow) Line C (Red) The metro operates daily between 5 am and midnight. Two or three minutes intervals between trains during peak hours Four to nine minutes after 7 pm
Advertise on one of the access tunnels Prague metro . Wagons " singles only " to flirt in the Prague subway cleaning advantages and speed, the Prague Metro just add one more argument to promote public transport : in the hectic pace of today's society, a wagon is the ideal place to flirt and , therefore , reserved spaces for singles find partners. The idea is still in its infancy , but has good prospects to be realized before the end of the year. " It will not be difficult or expensive project . And it is spreading very fast through social networks ," says Aneta Rehková spokesman Municipal Transport Company (MHD ) , of the Czech capital . Since the company fits this initiative in the hope that people see public transport not only as an economical way to travel, but also as a part of daily life . "Although the distances are short lived , the frenetic pace we live , people have to find a soul mate fast ," argues Rehková , which is excited with the creation of these wagons for singles. Good reception the moment, that opinion is , according to the spokeswoman , shared by many Prague and the proposal is setting reasonable welcomed public opinion . A reader survey by the newspaper Tyden notes that 56 % of single wagons looks like a great idea while 43 % think it is nonsense . Sense or not, the idea emerged as a sales pitch , vaguely inspired initiatives such as women-only carriages operating in Tokyo or Mexico City. Thus, MHD conceived this idea as a way to " attract young people " to public transport . " The Prague metro , with nearly 600 million passengers each year , will become the greater chance to get acquainted. And sure what to choose between " promises Filip Drapal spokesman ROPID , the public entity who designs the plan city ??transport . Drapal arguments carry weight , " Surveys say that more and more increases the number of singles ." Reflection of a box at one of the art galleries in the center of Prague. National Gallery in Prague The most important gallery of the Czech Republic offers a number of unique exhibitions that present the works of the country and around the world. Those unable to reserve several hours or all day to see its exhibits, may appreciate the opportunity to attend a guided tour of 30 minutes duration. To view the permanent exhibition "Art of the XX and XXI centuries" needs to move to the Palace of the Trade Fair. The exhibition "The Art of Asia and the Medieval Mediterranean", located on the Kinsky Palace, including a thousand monuments of the cultures of the ancient world, ie Asia, Europe and North Africa. "Art in Bohemia and Central Europe" is set in the Convent of Agnes, while the Sternberg Palace offers the exhibition "European art from antiquity to the Baroque", including works by masters such as El Greco, Goya and Rubens. You can also leave Prague and go to the palace Ž? Nad Sázavou Love Trees, which houses the exhibition of Baroque art including works by Karel Škréta, or the palace in Karviná Fryštát which displays collections of nineteenth-century Czech art. Temporary exhibitions are also held in the Wallenstein Riding School of Prague. Modernist buildings on the outskirts of Prague. Amazon Court Karolinska March 8 180 00 The third building of the highly successful River City Prague project. Environmentally friendly technologies, low-cost construction and office. The area near the Hilton Hotel is distinguished by the construction of modern buildings, especially offices.
Jewish Museum in Prague. Spanish Synagogue. The Spanish Synagogue (Hebrew:??????????????, Czech: Špan? Lská synagogue) is a synagogue located in Prague's Josefov neighborhood and inspired by Viennese Leopoldstädter Tempel Synagogue. His name is probably due to the fact that it presents a Moorish style very similar to that developed in Spanish monuments such as the Alhambra. It was built between 1868-1893 and repaired in the 1990s after the Nazi occupation of World War II, in which the building was used as a storehouse for goods confiscated from Jews. Jewish Museum in Prague. Spanish Synagogue. The most spectacular synagogue Undoubtedly, the most spectacular synagogue in the Jewish quarter of Prague. Built in 1868 on the site of the oldest synagogue in Prague (Old School), has been named "The Spanish" because of its Moorish décor, high similarity to the Alhambra in Granada. It can be visited every day except Saturdays, from 9:00 pm. Until 18:00 pm, in summer and 16:30 in winter (not sold individually input to this synagogue, joint ticket must be purchased for all synagogues, about 20 euros). Other synagogues to visit in Prague are klausen and Pinkas. Spanish Synagogue Prague While the exterior is not too attractive, although shocking for its Moorish air, inside discover a gem in the middle of the great buildings that surround it. Besides the beautifully decorated ceilings and walls, the temple shows books, records and photographs of the Jewish community in Prague and during the Holocaust. Another room displays a collection of sacred instruments as Torah crowns or pointers, all in silver. Outside awaits a sculpture in homage to Franz Kafka. Jewish Museum in Prague. Spanish Synagogue. Undoubtedly, one of the great attractions that you find on the tour of the Jewish Quarter of Prague, called Josefov, is the Spanish Synagogue, next to which is the sculpture Memorial to Franz Kafka. This is called a large building, which after its last restoration dates from 1868, which shows a spectacular Moorish decoration. The architectural beauty of this historic Jewish synagogue is not on the outside, which is rather austere. It is among them that we will be surprised by its its top decor and style of the same, with an unmistakable style that reminds us of many medieval buildings of Spain. The Spanish Synagogue you can see in the neighborhood where you can also visit the old Jewish Cemetery, occupies the place of establishment of the first synagogue in the city, in the twelfth century, and became known as Old School. The Spanish Synagogue designation comes from the sixteenth century, when Prague became a community of Sephardic Jews fleeing the Inquisition of Spain. After several fires, as I said, the last reconstruction of the Spanish Synagogue in Prague was made in 1868, while its interior decoration was not completed until 1893.
The Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague. The Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague (Czech: Old Jewish h? Bitov) is located in the Jewish Quarter of Prague (Czech Republic, the Josefov. Was used since the fifteenth century (the oldest grave, that of Avigdor Kara, dates from before , 1439) until 1787. His predecessor was another cemetery called "The Jewish garden" located in the New Town of Prague and recently found through various archaeological excavations. the number of graves of people buried is uncertain, because there are several layers of graves . Anyway, it has been estimated that there are 12,000 graves aproxidamente apparently visible, which lie more than 100,000 Jews. Some of the most famous people buried in the cemetery are Mordecai Maisel (1601), Rabbi Judah Loew (1609), David Gans (1613) and David Oppenheim (1736). The names of the victims on the walls of the Pinkas Synagogue. The fifteenth century Pinkas Synagogue, named in honor of its founder, Rabbi Pinkas, is located just behind the entrance to the Old Jewish Cemetery. The Pinkas Synagogue is dedicated to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust from Bohemia and Moravia: their names are inscribed on the walls of the nave and adjoining areas. The text of the inscriptions was compiled from different files, from transport documents, registration lists and statements of the survivors. The inscriptions include the names of the victims, his place of birth and place of his death, in cases in which the date of death unknown (in many cases), is inscribed the date of the deportation to ghettos and camps extermination, usually the last information we have about the victims. The names are grouped by cities and towns in which they lived before deportation or arrest, and are presented in alphabetical order: the nave groups all those whose last address was that of Prague, the rest of the interior space commemorates the victims outside the city. On both sides of the Sacred Arch are engraved the names of the ghettos and concentration camps where Jews were deported Bohemia and Moravia, and in many cases, killed. From 1954-1959, the Pinkas synagogue was turned into a memorial to the Jews of Bohemia and Moravia. During this period, were engraved the names of the 80,000 Jews of Bohemia and Moravia who were persecuted and murdered in the Holocaust. Praying beside the names of the victims on the walls of the Pinkas Synagogue. The present building is the work of the Horowitz family. In 1535, it built Aaron Meshullam Horowitz from his house "U Erb?" And the Old Jewish Cemetery. After World War II, the synagogue became a monument to the Jews of Bohemia and Moravia murdered by the Nazis. On its walls are inscribed the names of the Jewish victims, their personal data, and the names of the communities to which they belonged. In 1968, however, the Monument was closed due to groundwater seepage, which threatened the building structure. During insulation work were discovered underground spaces, an old well and a ritual bath. The communist regime intentionally delayed the repair work and the inscriptions were removed. It was not possible until 1990 to complete the building modifications. Finally, between 1992-1996, the 80 000 names of Czech and Moravian Jewish victims of Nazism were written on the walls again.
Photographing at sunset on the Charles Bridge. Prague. The Charles Bridge is Prague's most famous landmark and connects the Old Town (Staré M? Sto) with the Lesser Town (Mala Strana). With more than 500 meters long and 10 wide, the Charles Bridge once had 4 lanes for the passage of carriages. Currently is pedestrian. Charles Bridge at dawn The Charles Bridge is named after its creator, Charles IV, who laid the foundation stone in 1357 to replace the Judith Bridge, which was destroyed by a flood. The statues from the Charles Bridge Bridge Over find 30 statues on both sides of it, many of which are copies because the originals are in the National Museum and at Vyšehrad and were built in the early eighteenth . The first statue was added in 1683 was that of San Juan Nepomuceno. John of Nepomuk was thrown into the river in 1393 in order of Wenceslas IV and in the eighteenth century was sanctified. Make a wish in the place where water was thrown into the San Juan Nepomuceno is his statue. It is said that those who make a wish by placing the left hand on the representation of his martyrdom (at the base of the statue), it shall be given. Statues at sunset on the Charles Bridge. Prague. The Charles Bridge is Prague's most famous monument, and communicates the Old Town and Malá Strana. Although currently is pedestrian, in his time could give way to four carriages online. Today, many of the statues that houses are copies, as originals Lapidarium consercan in Prague National Museum. Until 1741, this was the only bridge crossing the Vltava. It measures 520 meters long and is made ??of sandstone blocks, reinforced, it is believed, adding eggs to the mortar. The custom Carlos IV in 1357 to replace the Judith Bridge destroyed by the floods and is by Peter Parler. His first statue was that of Juan Nepomuceno, inspired Benini statutory Sant'Angelo Bridge in Rome, as Juan de Neponucemo bridge was cast by order of Wenceslas IV in 1393. Events in 1648 destroyed part of the bridge and in 1890 a flood destroyed the bridge three eyes. Night views of the various bridges in the city of Prague across the Vltava River. The most famous bridge that rises above the Vltava river current is the Charles Bridge. However it is not the only one. In Prague there are, in fact, seventeen bridges crossing the Vltava river. On our tour we will know all following the current from the bottom up. The bridge below is found in Zbraslav, in the extreme south of the capital, a few kilometers from the center of Prague. Previously, no part of the capital, Zbraslav was the favorite place for excursions for Prague. Zbraslav Bridge is the first to be located in the territory of the Czech capital from the south. Take name "Bridge of Peace Race" by test rider who crosses the territory of the Czech Republic. Another bridge, which connects the left bank of the Vltava to Prague district of Braník, often called "Intelligence Bridge 'for working in construction in the 50s of XX century educated people such as doctors, philosophers and jurists pursued by the communist regime.
Inside one of the countless breweries located in the center of Prague. Prague is a must for beer lovers. In October 1842 "The Pilsner" was born and revolutionized the world of beer, but love to have the Czechs for the good life has a much longer history. Some of the best beers in the world are produced, and most importantly, enjoyed by the Czechs and all those who visit their taverns, bars or pubs. Jazz night at the Jazz & Blues Club U Maleho Glena with a performance of "Stan hen you bohemian man blues band". It has a large bar and restaurant for drinks and dinner, while the ground floor is the club music (Jazz & Blues Live entertainment 7 nights a week). Program of jazz concerts in Prague. Jazz clubs in Prague usually lie in the historic buildings in the center of Prague, jazz offer a totally unique atmosphere. You will be amazed by the quality of Czech jazz of jazz musicians and jazz bands. Jazz night at the Jazz & Blues Club U Maleho Glena with a performance of "Stan hen you bohemian man blues band" .. The jazz clubs Jazz Dock and Agharta Jazz Center is famous for its top level and give international concerts and offer the best of the Czech jazz scene. The Blues winery offers blues and is also famous for being situated in an excellent location, close to the Charles Bridge. The famous jazz Reduta traditional jazz klub represents quality over many years, is probably the most famous jazz club in Prague with many years of tradition. The jazz club U Staré Paní and Ungelt Blues club located next to the Old Town Square featuring jazz concerts every night. The atmosphere in the Jazz Blues Club U Malého Glena located near the Charles Bridge is wonderful. The winner of the 2001 TripAdvisor competition - Prague Jazz Boat offers a combination of good Czech jazz with a visit to the center of Prague browsing.  
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