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Places To Visit in Prague - Czech Republic

Astronomical Clock - Prague

Astronomical Clock

Old Town Hall
Times: the chiming times are every hour on the hour from 9am to 9pm

Don’t bother trying to read the time on this clock (look to the clock above it for the time) which is a mechanical marvel, constructed in 1490. Crowds gather before this clock to...

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Charles Bridge - Prague

Charles Bridge

The most popular walkway across the Vltava River that connects Mala Strana and Stare Mesto, the Charles Bridge is over 650 years old. However, a 100 million Kč renovation that began in 2007 and was due to end by 2008 stretched into 2009 so it may still be a bit crowded with sections being roped...

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Franz Kafka Museum - Prague

Franz Kafka Museum

Pay homage to Prague’s most famous resident in this weird museum. Original documents and photos are exhibited in claustrophobic, strobe-lit sections and marvel at the writer’s complex relationship with Prague which is broached within a trippy short movie. Phone: + 420 257...

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Jewish Cemetery - Prague

Jewish Cemetery

The grave of Franz Kafka is the most visited site here; turn right a row 21 then left at the wall until you come to the end of the section. Worshippers commemorate Kafka’s death on June 3rd. Address: Izraelska 1
Opening Times:  9am – 5pm Sunday to...

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Jewish Museum and Old Jewish Cemetery - Prague

Jewish Museum and Old Jewish Cemetery

The cemetery is like no other on earth: over 100,000 bodies are packed into this space the size of five suburban gardens with 12,000 gravestones crookedly lining the narrow paths. To enter you must buy a ticket to the museum which comprises of six establishments: the Pinkas, Maisel and Spanish...

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Lennon Wall - Prague

Lennon Wall

Rebels against communist Czechoslovakia praised Western rock musicians such as John Lennon and when he died in 1980 this wall was painted in his honor; repainted again and again every time the secret police white-washed it. Today it stands proudly though a bit graffiti...

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Letna Gardens and Terrace - Prague

Letna Gardens and Terrace

This park boasts some great views but there are also some interesting historical overtones to its huge concrete terrace. This terrace used to be home to the world’s largest statue of Stalin in the 1950s; it was blown up in 1962. Today skateboarders, a beer garden and a metronome symbolizing the...

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Lucerna Passage - Prague

Lucerna Passage

A 1920s Art Nouveau shopping arcade that runs below the Lucerna Palace this place has a cafe and club but the biggest sight here is a quirky sculpture by renowned artist David Cerny. If you want to see his sculpture, just look up: it is hanging from the atrium, depicting King Wenceslas astride the...

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