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Astronomical Clock In Prague
Prague Astronomical Clock was first installed in 1410. It is also known as Prague Orloj Astronomical Clock. Travelers can find the Prague Astronomical Wall Clock fixed on the southern side of the Old Town Hall, which is near Old Town Square. To house the clock’s mechanical parts, a stone chamber was also built near it. It m...
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St. Vitus Cathedral In Prague
St. Vitus Cathedral Prague, the seat of Archbishop of Prague, is a cathedral of Saint Adalbert, Saint Wenceslaus, and Saint Vitus. The St. Vitus Cathedral interior is heavily influenced by Gothic architecture with a renaissance and baroque touch as well. The construction of the church took longer than expected; there were s...
- St. Vitus Cathedral
National Museum In Prague
The National Museum Prague in 1818 with a focus on natural sciences. Later, in between the years of 1830 and 1840, the museum also started collecting historical objects. The museum was then seen as a center for Czech nationalism. It took almost an entire century to balance out the historical artifacts with the science ones....
- National Museum
Many times, Prague can become a bit dull as most of the tourist spots are historical buildings. But fret not; Prague Zoo is to the rescue. It is the place to go to spruce up the trip especially for children. Built in 1931, the Prague Zoo was built to help students and scholars gain advanced knowledge in wildlife and zoology...
Dancing House In Prague
Dancing House Prague was designed in 1992 and completed in 1996. It was designed by an architect called “Frank Gehry”. Representing the US bombing on Prague in 1945, the Dancing House holds a lot of historical significance. The plot remained vacant till the area was cleared in 1960. Frank Gehry originally named the house “F...