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    Dancing House

    The Dancing House, Tancící dum, fills the gap of an apartment bombed in the Second World War. When in 1996 the new building was finished, not everybody...

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    Prague Castle

    Prazský Hrad, Prague Castle, is one of the largest castle complexes in the world. Not only is it home to the Czech President it also includes one of...

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    St Vitus Cathedral

    Soaring spires of St Vitus Cathedral dominate the Prague skyline. Not only is the cathedral a place of pilgrimage, it is also a museum, treasure chamber and...

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    Art Nouveau Architecture

    Walking through Prague, visitors will spot an abundance of buildings with Art Nouveau details. The best examples are in the center of the city and all...

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    Wenceslas Square

    Wenceslas square, Václavské námestí, is the most crowded pavement in Prague. Brightly-lit souvenir shops rub shoulders with bookshop and cafes. Tourists...

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    Lesser Town Square

    Malá Strana or Little or Lesser Quarter is built on the slopes of Castle Hill with breathtaking views of the Vltava River and the Old Town. Its centre is...

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    Municipal House

    Obecní dum, or Municipal House, is the best example of Art Nouveau architecture in Prague. Marvel at the lavish entrance. The central wrought-iron gate and...

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