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Prague Pictures

Bridges of Prague picture in Prague
Beer picture in Prague
Prague Astronomical Clock  picture in Prague
Petrin Hill picture in Prague
Prague Castle from the Charles Bridge picture in Prague
Charles Bridge picture in Prague
St. Vitus Cathedral picture in Prague
Prague Astronomical Clock picture in Prague
Dancing House of Prague picture in Prague
National Theatre picture in Prague
Old Town Square  picture in Prague
Church of St. Nicholas picture in Prague
Interior of St. Nicholas picture in Prague
Josefov picture in Prague
Josefov cemetry picture in Prague
Christmas in Prague picture in Prague
Christmas in the Old Town Square picture in Prague
Charles Bridge picture in Prague
Charles Bridge picture in Prague
Old Town Square picture in Prague
St. Nicholas Church picture in Prague
St. Vitus Cathedral picture in Prague
St. Vitus Cathedral picture in Prague
Prague Castle picture in Prague
Prague Castle picture in Prague
Prague Zoo picture in Prague
Petrin Hill picture in Prague
Prague Zoo picture in Prague
Trdelnik  picture in Prague
Letna Park  picture in Prague

The city that is now Prague dates back to A.D. 870 and has experienced many changes in it's more than 1,100-year history.  Miguel Sanz Getty Images

Beer and sausage are quinessential elements of the Czech dining experience. Paulina Janczyk / EyeEm Getty Images

Don't miss the beautiful Prague Astronomical Clock located in Old Town Square, which determines the phases of the moon and the equinoxes instead of telling time. Courtesy Prague City Tourism

Past visitors raved about the views from the top of Petrin Hill. Courtesy Prague City Tourism

Prague Castle serves as both the official residence of the Czech president and as a popular tourist attraction. Andrey Danilovich Getty Images

The Charles Bridge connects Old Town (Staré Mesto) and Lesser Town (Malá Strana). It's a marvel to behold, but beware of the oppressive afternoon crowds. Alexander Spatari Getty Images

The St. Vitus Cathedral honors the patron saint of  dancers, actors, comedians and epileptics.  Westend61 Getty Images

The Prague Astronomical Clock has been around since the 15th century and is meant to display the phases of the moon.  Tanatat pongphibool Getty Images

While the Dancing House is closed to the public, visitors still come by to take a shot of its strange exterior. spreephoto.de Getty Images

Fans of opera, theater and ballet will be able to get their fix at a great price at Prague's National Theatre. Jon's pics Flickr

The Old Town Square has been the hub of activity in Prague since the 12th century.  Nico De Pasquale Photography Getty Images

The Church of St. Nicholas is one of the most recognizable buildings in Prague's skyline.  jkraisek Getty Images

The Church of St. Nicholas is known for its baroque architecture and elaborate classical sculptures.  Miguel Sotomayor Getty Images

The Josefov neighborhood is home to six synagoges and numerous historical Jewish sites.  mskorpion Getty Images

The cemetry in Josefov is home to more than 12,000 visible graves.  Paul Piebinga Getty Images

The holidays are one of the most festive times of year to visit Prague.  Matej Divizna Getty Images

During the holiday season, the Old Town Square turns into a large Christmas market.  Nicole Kucera Getty Images

Sunrise is an ideal time to visit Charles Bridge to avoid the crowds. Courtesy Prague City Tourism

The Charles Bridge connects Old Town (Staré Mesto) and Lesser Town (Malá Strana).  Courtesy Prague City Tourism

Old Town Square, which hasn't changed much since it was established in the 12th century, is home to some of the most historic attractions in the city, with travelers flocking to visit. Courtesy Prague City Tourism

Sunrise over St. Nicholas makes for a beautiful scene. Courtesy Prague City Tourism

While the site of St. Vitus Cathedral dates back to about A.D. 925, the church that stands today is actually the third in honor of Saint Vitus and was consecrated in 1929. Courtesy Prague City Tourism

St. Vitus Cathedral is located within the Prague Castle complex. Don't miss the tomb of St. John of Nepomuk, famous for its intricate silverwork and the art nouveau stained-glass window work. Courtesy Prague City Tourism

The Prague Castle is stunning by night. Courtesy Prague City Tourism

Make sure to wander through the grounds of the Prague Castle to see its gardens. Courtesy Prague City Tourism

The Prague Zoo is home to more than 5,000 animals. Daniel Ritz / EyeEm Getty Images

Climb to the top of Petrin Hill and meander among the peaceful gardens. ccr_358 Getty Images

The Prague Zoo houses the Gorilla Pavilion, which gives visitors a glimpse into the interactions of a gorilla family. jaroslavbartos Getty Images

Trdelnik, or a sugary rolled spit cake, is a common street food among tourists in Prague. Alexander Spatari Getty Images

Snap spectacular views of the city from Letna Park. roman_slavik Getty Images

Bridges of Prague picture in Prague
Beer picture in Prague
Prague Astronomical Clock  picture in Prague
Petrin Hill picture in Prague
Prague Castle from the Charles Bridge picture in Prague
Charles Bridge picture in Prague
St. Vitus Cathedral picture in Prague
Prague Astronomical Clock picture in Prague
Dancing House of Prague picture in Prague
National Theatre picture in Prague
Old Town Square  picture in Prague
Church of St. Nicholas picture in Prague
Interior of St. Nicholas picture in Prague
Josefov picture in Prague
Josefov cemetry picture in Prague
Christmas in Prague picture in Prague
Christmas in the Old Town Square picture in Prague
Charles Bridge picture in Prague
Charles Bridge picture in Prague
Old Town Square picture in Prague
St. Nicholas Church picture in Prague
St. Vitus Cathedral picture in Prague
St. Vitus Cathedral picture in Prague
Prague Castle picture in Prague
Prague Castle picture in Prague
Prague Zoo picture in Prague
Petrin Hill picture in Prague
Prague Zoo picture in Prague
Trdelnik  picture in Prague
Letna Park  picture in Prague

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