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Impressions: Buildings of Prague

In case you are a regular reader of my blog, you might have already noticed that I have a crush on old historic buildings. Especially when they possess of some kind of ornaments. Last week, I spent four days in Prague.

And I can tell you: it’s the perfect city for people like me. I couldn’t stop admire buildings cause they are just everywhere you look. I could have walked for days in this city and taking photos of every building I see. It probably wouldn’t have been boring for me. Every building has its own history, its very unique style. These ornamented buildings contributed a great part to the fact that I absolutely loved Prague and had the feeling I could live there for a while. That is why my first post about the city just had to be a photo essay of all these buildings – some might be touristy places but most of them are “normal” houses spread throughout the city.

I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I enjoyed wandering through the city:

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View of Charles Bridge:

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On the other side of the bridge:

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Next to the Old New Synagoge:

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Black Theatre close to the Old Town Square:

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On the way to the Prague Castle:

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Overlooking all this beauty from Prague Castle:

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Which building do you like most?


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2 thoughts on “Impressions: Buildings of Prague

    1. Stef Post author

      I totally agree with you, you can walk there so many times and always discover something new. And yes Charles Bridge is a great spot with all these little stalls and the view of the Moldau!

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