Prague Photography Routes

Prague Family Photographer

My vision is to provide you the best photographs that you will look back upon as your favorites for years to come. You will remember what it was like to be with your family during your time in Prague. How Long the Family Photoshoot tour takes? The tour we prefer is 1h to 2.5h. It’s […]

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John Lennon Wall – Prague

The John Lennon Peace Wall (Velkopřevorské náměstí) is a memorial graffiti wall to the former Beatle. After his murder in New York in 1980, Lennon became a pacifist hero for young Czechs; his image was painted on this wall opposite the French Embassy, along with political graffiti and Beatles lyrics. John Lennon Wall Photos Passed […]

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Karlštejn Castle History and Photos?

Karlštejn Castle is one of the most places near by Prague. If you are visiting Prague for more than 4 days you should definitely visit Karlstein! and hike around the castle! it’s beautiful colourful and easy hiking road! History of The Castle It was established by the Czech king and Roman emperor Charles IV as […]

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Wenceslas Square and It’s Story

At the top of Wenceslas Square is the monumental National Museum, and just off to the left is the Prague State Opera. Under the National Museum, a statue of St. Wenceslas on his horse cuts a striking figure. This is one of the best King Wenceslas (Svatý Václav) himself, murdered a thousand years ago by […]

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Prague’s National Theatre (Narodni Divadlo)

Czech National Theatre was built in the year 1868 to 1881 by Josef Zitek in Neo-Renaissance style, modelled on the Nostitz Theatre; it burned down after first performance. Josef Schulz, a pupil of Zitek, had the rebuilt theater with donated money. When is the Prague National Theatre opened ? First season began with the festive […]

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Kafka Head Statue

Franz Kafka’s Head Statue by David Cerny The Head of Franz Kafka, also known as the Statue of Kafka,[1] is an outdoor sculpture by David Černý depicting Bohemian German-language writer Franz Kafka, installed outside the Quadrio shopping centre in Prague, Czech Republic.[2][3][4] The kinetic sculpture is 11 metres tall and made of 42 rotating panels.[5] […]

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Prague Castle History & Entrance Fees

Prague is  dominated by the exclusive landmark of Pražský hrad (Prague Castle), the vast hilltop complex that looks out over the city centre from the west bank of the  beautiful Vltava River. Site of a Slav settlement in the 7th – 8th century AD, there’s been a castle here since at least the late 9th […]

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The Most Popular Places for Daily Trip Around Prague

The most popular destinations for daily trips are the castles of Karlštejn and Konopiště, both surrounded by beautiful wooded countryside. Alternatively you can head north, away from the hills and the tourist crowds, to the wine town of Mělník, perched high above the confluence of the Vltava and Labe (Elbe) rivers. Further north is Terezín, […]

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Divoká Šárka Park – Prague

History of Divoka Sarka Park Around the 6th century the Slavs came to this area. In the 7th to 9th centuries was above the Džbán gorge a Slavic settlement, with an area of approximately 20 ha (3 ha fortified settlement). A gorge in the area is named after the female warrior Šárka, who, according to […]

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Prague 3-5 Hours Photography Tour Route

Are you looking for best photography places? Here is the route for Prague Historical Places. It depends on your enjoyment on the way to the route it can take a round 3-5 hours to finish and see everywhere which pinned on the map. If you just enjoy at that place and have some photos with […]

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