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Petrin Observation Tower sits on top of Petrin Hill in Prague, offering wonderful views of Prague.
The concentration camp was originally built as a fort under the Habsburg Empire, but it was during the occupation of the Nazis, that Theresienstadt became known. During the second World War, the city was transformed into a ghetto and the fort was rebuilt
(Stromestske námestí) is the center of the old part of town. Before the medieval city hall visitors meet Prague, in order to regard the famous astronomical clock: which rings death at each full hour with a bell in the shape of a skeleton.
Weathered gravestones, several hundreds inclined stone boards and knorrige trees give a strange atmosphere to the medieval Jewish cemetery. The cemetery is one of the few leftovers from the time of the Jewish Ghettos, whose close lanes were torn off from modern art nouveau buildings around 1900, in order to place to make to spread boulevard.
The more than 500 meters long Karl bridge became in 14. Century builds, at this time an enormous enterprise. Today the bridge closed for vehicles is a popular meeting place for Prague's inhabitants and tourists alike.
Sightseeing Type: Castles / Palaces
The Wenzelsplatz is the center of modern Prague. A Gewuehl of humans populates broad pavements and walkways over 400 meters long. At the upper end is the rider fixed image of the Hl. Wenzels, a symbol for the national identity of the Czechs. The place was always scene of history. Here the student burned hinself January Pallach from protest against the Soviet regine. Russian tanks terminated 1968 the Prague spring and in the year 1989 met here the protestors of the "Sanften Revolution".
Sightseeing Type: Churches / Temples / Address: U Staré koly 1 / 110 00 Prague 1 / Czech Republic
The bridge crosses the Vltava river in Prague. It is 516 meters long and nearly 10 meters wide and is decorated by a succession of 30 statues and statuaries, most of them baroque-style, erected around 1700.
Three main components are seen on the clock: the astronomical dial, a clockwork hourly show of figures of the Apostles and other moving sculptures; and a calendar dial with medallions.
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