In Prague, the grand St. Vitus Cathedral is a wonder to see. Unfortunately it's lack of space outside makes it difficult to grab a good shot of the front of the building, so many have to settle for close-ups of the details.
Due to how difficult it is to get a full shot of the front of St. Vitus Cathedral, your best bet is to grab some of the smaller details, like this gargoyle.
We were at the Wallenstein Palace Gardens in Prague, and saw this beautiful peacock strolling through the garden. Couldn't pass up taking photos.
Lesser Town Square was originally the spot for the poor and "non-royalty", but now it's a tourist and shopping mecca with the Charles Bridge connecting it to the rest of classic Prague.
We did not venture into the church, but I thought it was quite...
You can't miss it. In my book it's a major symbol of Prague with all the jutted mini-towers. Makes one think of every castle any child has seen in their storybooks.
Another shining symbol of Prague. You cannot go there without seeing it, or witnessing the show at the top of every hour. First installed in 1410, this magical landmark works still to this day.
A breathtaking Baroque church sitting in the middle of Prague. First erected in 1735, it has changed denominations over its history, but remains a landmark of Prague.
If you're ever touring Europe, take note of the more interesting automobiles driven. Granted you'll see a lot of compacts and smaller vehicles, but a "classic" in Europe is waaaaay different than what we see in the USA. Foreign exotics that feel...
I loved the angle with St. Vitus Cathedral in the background and the tram coming down the street. I remember my fiance's family kept worrying I was going to get hit by the tram.
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