The Charles Bridge of Prague
The Charles bridge is located in Prague, Czech Republic. Finished in the XV century, it is a medieval gothic bridge crossing the Vltava river. Its pillars are decorated with baroque statues of saints.
The Old Town Hall
The Old Town Hall, Prague, Czech Republic, is one of the most famous attractions in the city. It is located in Old Town Square, and holds third-oldest astronomical clock in the world.
The Castle of Prague
Constructed in the IX century, the castle of Prague is the largest ancient castle in the world and serves as the official residence of the President of the Czech Republic.
The arcches of the Charles Bridge
The cityscape of Prague
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic. It is the largest city of the country and has founded during the Romanesque era. It is crossed by the Vltava river.
Back Windows of the St. Vitus Cathedral
The St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague, is a beautiful example of Gothic architecture and is the biggest and most important church in the Czech Republic.
The Charles Bridge Entrance
The Charles Bridge gateway
Little Quarter Bridge Tower is a beautiful gothic gateway. The gateway, the tower, along with Charles Bridge, were built by Emperor Charles IV in Prague, Czech Republic.
The Charles Bridge walkway
Entrance of the Castle of Prague
The Charles Bridge Statues
On the Charles Bridge
The bridge to the castle
The Charles bridge is located in Prague, Czech Republic. Finished in the XV century, it crosses the Vltava river, leading the castle of Prague.
The Old Town Square
The Old Town Square is the biggest square in Prague, Czech Republic. It hosts some of the local famous attractions: the Old Town Hall, the astronomical clock, and the Church of Our Lady before Tyn.