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Château

Château de Prague

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À propos de ce logement
Pražský hrad je největším hradním komplexem na světě. Jeho silueta tvoří jedinečné panorama Prahy. Od nepaměti byl sídlem českých králů. V dnešní době zde sídlí prezident republiky.
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Maxim
Maxim
November 22, 2019
Location: St. George’s Square behind St. Vitus, Prague Castle Dates: November 23, 2019 – January 6, 2020 Times: Monday – Thursday (9:00 am – 6:00 pm), Friday – Saturday (9:00 am – 7:00 pm) This Prague Christmas market usually boasts about 70 carefully selected stalls with all the same Czech food and…
Alina
Alina
December 22, 2019
A history of more than 1100 years speaks for itself. The story of the Prague Castle identifies itself with the story of Prague and Christianity in the Czech Republic.
Jan & Jana & Boris
Jan & Jana & Boris
November 27, 2019
The biggest castle complex in Europe
Jana
Jana
December 26, 2019
This is the classic view—most of the people who decide to visit the Prague castle return home with this photo. You can capture all the rooftops of Hradcany, along with views of the Vltava River and its bridges. One of the best times for taking photos is winter, when the rooftops covered in snow make…
Romana&Zuzana
Romana&Zuzana
July 23, 2019
Doporučuji projít tzv. Nový svět - Hradčany a Zlatou uličku
Anna
Anna
December 10, 2019
Very important place to see, recomended to start from here

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Prague 1, Prague 119 08
Hradčany
Téléphone+420 224 373 368
Site webhrad.cz
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