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Restaurante de comida de Europa del Este
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“It is little cafeteria in huge park with view on the river and Prague bridges. ”
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Synagogue
“Maisel Synagogue (Czech: Maiselova synagoga) is one of the historical monuments of the former Prague Jewish Ghetto. It was built at the end of the 16th century which is considered to be the golden age of the ghetto. Since then its appearance has changed several times, its actual style is neo-gothic. Nowadays the synagogue belongs to the Jewish Community of Prague and is administered by the Jewish Museum in Prague as a part of its expositions. The origin and first appearance of the synagogue The construction of the synagogue was initiated by Mordechai Maisel. First, in 1590, this renowned businessman and benefactor of the ghetto gained the building site. One year later he obtained from the ”
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Sitio histórico
“This tiny street between the Bílá Tower and the Daliborka Tower is lined with colourful houses resembling something out of a fairy tale. Zlatá ulička u Daliborky 7, 119 00 Praha 1-Hradčany”
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Sitio histórico
“Golden Lane (Zlatá ulička) is an ancient street within the Prague Castle complex. Golden Lane dates from the 15th Century and has a beautiful, olden world quaintness about it. It comprises 11 historic houses, inside which period scenes have been created to show the life of the artisans who once worked, ate, drank and slept in them. ”
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Sitio histórico
“ Jewish Town Hall – a place where the wall clock goes counterclockwise. This old Jewish Town Hall ranks among the few monuments of Prague-Josefov which have survived the extensive demolitions related to the sanation programs of the Prague´s Jewish ghetto leading to improvement of standard of living and hygienic conditions of the community.”
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Museum
“Lobkowicz Palace The Lobkowicz Palace, the only privately owned building in the Prague Castle complex, is home to the highly acclaimed The Lobkowicz Collections, The Lobkowicz Palace Café, Midday Classic Concert and Museum Shop, as well as numerous elegant venues for private functions. The Museum offers visitors the opportunity to explore the history of Europe through the unique perspective of The Lobkowicz Collections and the Lobkowicz family. Set in 22 beautifully appointed galleries, the Museum displays a selection of some of the finest pieces from The Collections, including many of international significance. Highlights from the Museum include works by masters such as Canaletto, Brueg”
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Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“TV tower with 360° view over the whole city, top quality restarant also available”
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Cementerio
“Largest graveyard in Prague, with many art nouveau monuments. Many notable people rest here. Good for a peaceful walk.”
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Edificio
“The best way is to come to the subway station - Invalidovna, which is only 2 minutes by walk.”
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Sitio histórico
“You can see the Prague panorama from 45 m high Romanesque style tower made of stone”
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Sitio histórico
“Fortress from the 13th century. From the lower castle from the end of the 15th century part of the fortifications, bastion and remains of the first prana were preserved. The parts of the older building, the so-called upper castle, remained better preserved. It can be seen the perimeter masonry of the refectory, the eastern part of the former five-story prismatic tower and the remains of a Gothic chapel on the ground floor. The rectangular buildings of both palaces are also well preserved and there are signs of Renaissance modifications. There was almost nothing in the Baroque period. Okoř is currently a favorite destination for both hikers and cyclists. Every year, it also becomes the scene.”
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Puente
“Charles Bridge (Karlův most) is a 14th century stone bridge linking the two sides of Prague. This magnificent structure, one of the city's finest attractions, is the main pedestrian route connecting the Old Town with the Lesser Town / Prague Castle. ”
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Puente
“Gorgeous bridge leading up to the castle on one side, or to the old town on the other side.”
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Jardín
“These are beautiful gardens! It is place where in Middle Ages one would have found vineyard growing on the streep northern approches to Prague Castle. You can enjoy stunning view and calm atmosphere of great nature!”
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Memorial Site
“National Monument to Heroes Here paratroopers died. Who killed Reinhard Heydrich”
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