Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress
Photo Courtesy of the Library of Congress
The Vltava River is framede by Prague's quaint cityscape.
This city looks good in black and white.
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Part of Prague’s allure is its varied history—the city has been the center of countries and wars. But Prague's other standout feature is its beauty: short white buildings with red roofs, sky-high ancient church spires, green trees dotting the landscape, and a river lined with bridges. From hundreds of years ago until now, the truly breathtaking sights of Prague have made it a favorite city of people from all backgrounds. Here, 12 visual reasons why.
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