St. Nicolas' Church

Prague 1, Malostranske nam. 

This church, built in the period 1704-55, is the most significant historical structure of the so-called Prague Baroque. The architects were G. Santini, K. I. Dienzenhofer, and A. Lurago. 

Neruda Street

Once the main road leading to the Castle, this street is now named after the Czech poet Jan Neruda who lived in the house called "At Two Suns". 

Church of Our Lady Victorious - Prague Child Jesus

Prague 1, Karmelitska 13 

An early Baroque structure, built in 1611, and rebuilt in 1644.

Lesser-Town Bridge Towers

Of the two towers, the lower one is in Romanesque style and dates from the 12th century. It is a remnant of the older Judith Bridge. The higher tower is 200 years younger and was erected in the 15th century.

Ledebour Garden

Prague 1, Valdstejske nam. 

A Baroque terraced garden dates from the first third of the 18th century.The adjoining Palffy garden was founded in the first half of the 18th century on terraces, and staircases were added. Both gardens were newly opened to the public after a renovation in June 1995. The entrance to the both gardens is from Valdstejnske namesti 3 through Ledebour Palace. 

Petrin Look-out Tower

Reduced copy of the Eiffel Tower (60 m high) built in 1891 on the occasion of the Jubilee Exhibition. 

Charles Bridge

Started in 1357 and completed by Petr Parler, this is the oldest bridge in Prague. The statues are mostly from Matthias Braun and Ferdinand Maxmilian Brokoff.



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