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St. Vitus Cathedral Prague Castle

My Catholic father wishes I published more photos of churches from my travels. The fire of Notre Dame in Paris had an impact on me. My wife and I saw Notre Dame years ago on a night cruise of the Seine on her only trip to Paris. I had walked through the cathedral a couple…

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Ten Mile Walking Tour around Prague (part 3 Old Town)

If your time is limited in Prague, then you likely will focus your touring around the Old Town area and Prague Castle, the Disneyesque part of this historic city. Prague Castle (above) and Charles Bridge (below) 900 years of architectural styles are visible with Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Neo-Renaissance, Art Nouveau, Cubist, Modernist and post-1989…

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Praha on my mind (Prague)

Prague, Czech Republic is a city where the architecture of old buildings is enchanting for someone coming from California where old is Art Deco and really old is whitewashed adobe brick. In winter 2007 we stayed a week in Prague in a suite at the boutique hotel Residence Nosticova. To date this is the only…

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