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Golden Prague – heart of Europe

On both sides of the river Vltava is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Zlata Praha is practically not affected during the war, so the colorful buildings of the city and still delight the citizens and guests of the city architectural ensembles.

In X century the city officially recognized as the capital of the Czech state. Today Prague is the heart of Europe. Year after year tourists around the world come to the Czech capital to enjoy its many attractions, the wealth of nature and just relax in this romantic and welcoming city.

The unique architecture of the city combines Gothic buildings in the Rococo style, Baroque and Renaissance. Cubic structures and modern buildings in the art Nouveau style give Prague a unique flavor, which with one look you can visit the city for any of the pictures.

Without a doubt, one of the first places to visit, arrived in Prague is, of course, the Charles Bridge. This is the oldest bridge in Central Europe. The Charles Bridge is recognized as one of the most magnificent Gothic structures in the world. The bridge serves as the main link between Old town and the lesser town. Massive 16-span bridge with both sides fenced gate Guard towers.

Even addingredient structure of Prague is the St. Vitus Cathedral. The construction of the Cathedral began Charles IV, and finished in 585 years. St. Vitus Cathedral has a special significance in the history of the Czech Republic. Here took place the coronation of all the kings of the state, and one of the first persons of the government were even buried within the Cathedral. If you have the good fortune to get to the Golden city, be sure to visit the Old-New Synagogue in Josefov. It is the oldest synagogue in Europe, which operates to this day. This Gothic structure was erected in 1270. At first it was called New or Great synagogue and later, when in the 16th century were erected more modern buildings, called Old-New.

The cable car takes visitors to the picturesque Petrin hill, which is a reduced copy of the Eiffel tower. It offers breathtaking views of the cityscapes.

This is only a small part of the amazing sights of Prague. Any tourist who arrived in this beautiful ancient city of Europe, will find something unique. But all visitors to the city, without a doubt, United by only one thing: memories of Prague will be remembered as one of the brightest moments of life

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