Saturday, January 7, 2012

Prague Czech Republic

Prague Old Town is located in Vltava River, central Bohemia and it is the largest city of Czech Republic. The Prague Old City has been included in the World Heritage Sites of UNESCO. It has also been called the golden city. This is the sixth most visited city in the entire Europe. The name of the old town was original called the Old Town Square. The old city has many historic buildings and sites. The Prague Old Town has its origin from the 13th century, but only got its name in the 14th century when the new town was formed. It has been the Old Town Square with the presence of the church and the town hall in the center. Some of the famous sites to spend time in the old town of Prague are Powder Gate, Municipal House Celenta Street, Estate Theater, Old Town Square, Carolinum, Church of Our Lady and the list could just go on and on.




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