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Do you know the narrowest places in Prague?

 

Narrowest street:

This tiny street called Vinárna Čertovka is nestled in Prague’s oldest neighborhood, Malá Strana. The street is so narrow that to stop people colliding in the middle, two traffic lights have been installed on either end to indicate when it is occupied.

Squeezed in between two ...

What do you actually know about the famous Prague Golem?

Ones you walk in Prague’s Jewish ghetto, you feel the mysticism from every corner. There is lots of legends in Prague, but one of the most famous is about the supernatural figure – Golem.

 

The mysterious tale of the Golem takes place in the part of Old Town – Josefov. The tale goes that in the ...

Prague Castle Garden Na Baště hides surprise

In the very heart of Prague Castle, there is a small, but beautiful garden called Zahrada na Baště. The garden is unique, because it has been preserved to this day in the form that was designed in the years 1930-1933 by famous Slovenian architect Josip Plečnik.*

To the displeasure of many Czech a...

St. Valentin relics at Vyšehrad fortress

 

Valentine’s Day is celebrated all around the world, but did you know that one of Prague churches has a special connection to the holiday?

 

The Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul located at the Vyšehrad fortress is one of the Prague most prominent churches. And it has one surprised relic insi...

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