a few more odds shots from prague.
the charles bridge...the bridge was started in 1357 and was the only way to cross the vltava river untl 1841.
the first is the lichtenstein palace. the facade of the building is actually on the water...obviously. ;) the building has seen at least three different looks. it was rebuilt with a baroque look and then a classicist look and then a neo-renaissance look. this building was occupied by the nazis during ww II. it became an office building after that and then it became luxurious apartments for important visitors to the czech government.
wenceslas square...many protests and celebrations were held here. the national museum is the buiding with the white banner. it was closed while we were there so we didn't get to go in. this is the main protest sight during the prague uprisings against the nazis and large demonstrations were held here during the velvet revolution.
more subway shots. :)) and a really cool door knob! i love prague and all it's little surprises!
ok...a couple more days of prague and then we'll be moving on to germany. :) thanks for stopping in!