10 OctNove Mesto, Praha 1

On Saturday we explored The New Town, as the name suggests, this part of town has a different feel than The Old Town, yet rich in it’s own history. Here are some pictures:

Estates Theater - Where Mozart premiered Don Giovanni.(And technically in Old Town.)

Wenceslas Square - In 1989 it was here that the Czechs and Slovaks claimed their freedom.

National Museum, St. Wenceslas Statue, and Memorial to Victims of Communism

Municipal House

Dancing House

Beer

On Sunday we took a walk through the winding streets of the Little Quarter (where Tom had some absinthe) and rounded out the rest of the Castle Quarter before taking one more stroll over the Charles Bridge. They say Prague is a magical place, and I believe it is…but it’s time to go home.

2 Responses to “Nove Mesto, Praha 1”

  1. Erm's mom says:

    I was beginning to think that you were captured by the Scots. It does look like a magical city.I hope to get there in the next few years.

  2. Melissa says:

    Did the green fairy visit?

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