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More of Prague ~ Wordless Wednesday



Wenceslas Square is one of the two main squares in Prague, just 5 mins. away from the Old Town Square.  Lies at the heart of the New Town, it is a vibrant area of hotels, clubs, banks, apartments, international shops and restaurants.  It is the nightlife and entertainment centre of Prague and the main shopping district.  Metro lines intersect at this square and trams run through its centre.






National Museum - the vast Neo-Renaissance building at one end of  Wenceslas Square.  The entrance is reached by a ramp decorated with allegorical statues.






Dancing House is the first masterpiece of modern architecture designed by world renowned architect in Prague since the Velvet revolution 1989. 

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  1. Awesome sharing! I'm sure you'd a great time there, Cheah!

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  2. Prague looks like a really nice experience. Thank you for sharing your photographs.

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  3. Nice and informative sharing friend! Your images are very nice and useful for me. Your last image is very inspiring for me. I am really impressed about your work. I am tourist and must visit in city after complete my la to grand canyon tour. Thanks for this great sharing!! Keep posting further information....

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    1. Thanks. I have other posts re Prague. Do check on the archives.

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  4. Amazing sharing my friend! I really like your blog. After reading your blog it looks like you have spent a enjoyable time there. I also have been visited this region about 2 months ago with bestbustour and that was a memorable and most enjoyable time of my life. This region has many historical and natural sights to see.

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    1. Yes, Prague is very interesting and so is the food!

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  5. I have never been to Prague but desire to go there intensified after looking at your pics!

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    1. I'm sure you'll like it. The place is spectacular!

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  6. I saw a korean drama where Prague was filmed. Your shots reminded me of this lovely place n hope to visit soon. Thanks for sharing.

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