Praha, Czech Republik (Part II)

Hradcany castle
Hradcany castle

I have uploaded some more pictures from our trip to Praha last week. The last two days of our stay we spent exploring the Old Town Square and the Jewish Quarter (Josefov). I think that one of the highlights we saw was the beautiful Old New Synagogue (wikipedia), built around 1270. There is so much to see and enjoy in this fantastic old town. Enjoy the pictures!

Praha, Czech Republic

Praha
Praha

Last week Liz and I decided it was time to have a short vacation and we went to Praha. Praha is the capital of the Czech Republic (see wikipedia), and has been the center of Bohemia for hundreds of years. The city is so rich in history and culture, which is clearly reflected in the old buildings and streets of the historic old centre.  I think it is probably the most beautiful city in Europe. It is a joy to wander around the streets, enjoying the statues, squares, and houses from hundreds of years ago. No wonder the city center is put on UNESCOS list of World Heritage Sites. We took a lot of pictures during this trip and I have put the first batch of pictures online: click here for pictures from Praha.