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Iglesia
“PRAGUE CASTLE AND HRADCANY Area Prague Castle: A castle was built on this site in the 9th century, and a Romanesque palace was erected there in the 12th century. In the 14th century, during the rule of Charles IV, it was rebuilt in the Gothic style. Highlights: St. Vitus, St. Wenceslas and St. Adalbert Cathedral, Old Royal Palace, St. George Basilica, St. George's Convent, Castle Gallery, Lobkovic Palace,The Powder Tower Mihulka, The Prague Castle Gardens, Golden Lane,The Daliborka Tower, Loretta (Prague 1, Loretanske namesti). For Prague Castle visit we recommend at least half day, if you want to visit interioes of the palaces & churches plan even more time. Strahov Monastery (Prague 1, Strahovske nadvori 1/132 ) A Monastery of the Premonstratensian Order at Strahov, built originally in the Romanesque style, including the Church of Our Lady and the Strahov Library. ”
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Iglesia
“The biggest Baroque Church in Czech Republic, designed by one of the famous and talented architekt of Baroque Style - Kilian Ignaz Dientzenhofer. Inside there is an organ, on which played Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart! :) Malostranské nám., 118 00 Malá Strana”
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Cementerio
“One of the largest Jewish cemetery in Europe and one of the most important Jewish historical monuments in Prague. In fact, this is a view from the living room.”
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Iglesia
“One of the most impressive Gothic religious buildings in Prague was built from the mid-14th to the early 16th centuries. Staroměstské nám., 110 00 Staré Město”
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Iglesia
“One of the biggest square in the area and very famous Church of Saint Ludmila.”
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Iglesia
“One of the most popular churches in Prague with sculpture of Infant Jesus Karmelitská 9, 118 00 Praha 1”
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Iglesia
“Catholic church build by Plečnik a famous archteckt before the WW2 also great park and farme markets!”
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Iglesia
“Bethlehem Chapel - a 14th century religious structure closely connected eith the reformer Jan Hus. It still keeps some of its original features”
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Synagogue
“Dating back to the 13th centruy, this synagogue is the oldest one in Europe which is still in use. Very interesting story about the Golem :)”
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Synagogue
“The Spanish Synagogue (Hebrew: בית הכנסת הספרדי‎, Czech: Španělská synagoga, German: Spanische Synagoge) is the newest synagogue in the area of the so-called Jewish Town, yet paradoxically, it was built at the place of the presumably oldest synagogue, Old School (also known as Altshul). The synagogue is built in Moorish Revival Style. Only a little park with a modern statue of famous Prague writer Franz Kafka (by Jaroslav Róna) lies between it and the church of St Spirit. Today, the Spanish Synagogue is administered by the Jewish Museum in Prague. Eastern wall with stained-glass window, Torah Ark and bema ”
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Synagogue
“The newest and largest synagogue of the Jewish community in Prague is an interesting example of Art Nouveau melded with Moorish style. Its interior is richly painted in Art Nouveau style Jeruzalémská 1310/7, 110 00 Praha 1”
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Synagogue
“The Klausen synagogue is the biggest synagogue in the Prague Jewish Town. “Klausen” was originally the name given to three smaller buildings from the 16th century that used to be on this site. These buildings included a yeshivah (Talmudic school) that was founded by the famous Rabbi Loew. After the ghetto fire of 1689, the Klausen Synagogue was erected on the site in 1694, in the early Baroque style. It was the Prague Jewish Community's second main synagogue and a number of its prominent rabbis served here. It was also used as a place of prayer by the Prague Burial Society.”
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Parque
“The monastery was founded in 993 AD by Boleslav II and Bishop Adalbert. The Benedictine complex's current appearance, dating back to 1708 – 1745, is an example of High Baroque style. The monastery gardens are open to all and visitors may also take a guided tour. The Břevnov Monastery is also known for its brewery, the existence of which was documented as early as in the 13th century and whose production can be tasted in the monastery today. Markétská 1/28, 169 00 Praha 6”
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Iglesia
“Church of Saints Cyril and Methodius is a Roman Catholic church in the Karlín district of Prague. It is one of the largest religious buildings in the Czech Republic.”
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Iglesia
“Memorial to the paratroopers who assassinated Reinhard Heydrich in the Church of Saint Cyril and Methodius on Resslova street in Prague.”
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Cementerio
“Address: Vinohradská 153 The largest graveyard in Prague spanning over 50 ha (123 acres) with the mortal remains of some two million deceased. The memorial complex is composed of twelve subsidiary cemeteries. It is the final resting place of prominent Czech figures e.g. the student Jan Palach, Miroslav Tyrš the founder of Sokol, the poet Karel Jaromír Erben, the writer Karel Havlíček Borovský, Czech painter František Ženíšek or the actors Jan Werich and Jiří Voskovec. One of the most sought-after is the grave of Franz Kafka (tomb 21-14-21) at the New Jewish Cemetery. ”
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