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Discover Prague!!!

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Did you know that Einstein delivered to the public for the first time his Theory of relativity in a building located in Old Town Square?

Did you know that Franz Kafka was born in Prague? His elementary school and house where he was born can be found in the Old Town Square and his tomb can be seen in the Jewish Olšany Cemetery.

Crystal made Bohemia famous. Hand made wooden marionettes are sold in streets stalls and specialist shops Garnets are easy to find.

Old Town
This is the heart of Prague. Here you can find the astronomical clock, bulit in the early 15th century. The main square is surrounded by Baroque temples, Gothic towers and Renaissance buildings.

Lesser Town
Visit the church where there is situated the famous religious icon and saint, the Infant Jesus of Prague, walk in the Royal Gardens or take the funicular to the House of mirrors and climb a tower for the best aerial view of Prague.

New Town
The pulsating heart of town with shops, stalls, markets and also the place, where the Hussite Revolution began.

Jewish Quarter
The Old-New Synagogue was bulit after 1270 and the Town jewish hall reconstructed in the 18th century. The Old Jewish Cemetary is one of Prague´s most visited monuments. With 12000 tombstones, the oldest preserved from 1439. It is here where Rabbi Low is buried. View the art made by the children in the concentration camps and the temple with victims names inscribed on the walls.

Aerial view = pohled ze vzduchu

Astronomical clock = orloj

Cemetery = hřbitov

Infant Jesus of Prague = Pražské Jezulátko

Funicular = lanovka

Jewish Quarter = Židovské město

Lesser Town = Malá strana

Old Town = Staré město

Old Town Square = Staroměstské náměstí

Stall = stánek

To bury = pohřbít

Tomb = hrob

Tombstone = náhrobek

Victim = oběť

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