Prague, Czech Republic

Latitude 50.07383°N Longitude 14.43032°E

Wednesday, December 24, 2003

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Christmas eve: Keiko and giant painted easter eggBaroque architecture of Prague Christmas lunch offerings (?!) at the marketplace at the Old Town SquareChristmas markets stalls, Old Town SquareNico on a white Christmas morning, Prague Castle in the backgroundThe Prague Rudolfinum-Dvorák concert hall
The Prague Rudolfinum-Dvorák concert hallThe Karlovy Vary Symphony Orchestra perform Mozart, Semtana, Brahms and DvorakThe changing of the guard at Prague CastleThe towering French-Gothic style St. Vitus Cathedral at Prague CastleThe exquisite stained-glass windows of St. Vitus CathedralThe exquisite stained-glass windows of St. Vitus Cathedral
The exquisite stained-glass windows of St. Vitus CathedralOne of Mozart's pianos in Vila Bertramka, where Mozart finished composing Don Giovanni in 1787Tram cafe, Wenceslas SquareThe Prague National MuseumA cute native of PragueThe Old Town Hall building
Old Town Christmas markets by nightThe Prague Castle across the River VltavaAppreciating well-earned pints of Pilsner Urquell at Plenska Pivnice U ZeleneThe Charles Bridge over the River VltavaThe Charles Bridge with Prague Castle in the distanceThe walls of the Pinkas Synagogue, enscribed with the names
of over 77,000 Czech Jews who perished in the Holocaust
Tombstones at the Old Jewish Cemetery, Josefov districtMonument to Franz Kafta, Old Jewish QuarterPrague architecturePuppets, popular souvenirs of PragueStreet puppeteerPrague architecture
Street sign, Old TownEntertainers, Charles BridgeKeiko makes a secret prayerHoly plaque polished by thousands of the faithfulCzech knick-knacksPrague architecture
Nico eyes the special of the dayThrongs of tourists await the hourly performance of the Astronomical ClockThe Gothic-style Astronomical Clock dating back to 1410Detail of Astronomical ClockDetail of Astronomical ClockBohemian crystal shops were everywhere in Prague
Colourful Bohemian crystalware

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