Pension Miskovice

Bendlova 154/19, Prague, 19600, Czech Republic
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Forum Posts

Please help me name the buildings in Prague! ;)

by niserin

Hi,
I have been to Prague this holidays for 3 days and made dozens of pictures. In the rush of sightseeing I forgot the names of several buildings and landmarks. I would be veeeery grateful if any Prague lover or a citizen of this amazing city would help me sort out the names of the buildings both in Chech and English.
Thank you in advance!
Michal

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Re: Please help me name the buildings in Prague! ;)

by niserin

Sorry - these are the working links:
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Re: Please help me name the buildings in Prague! ;)

by penny_g

Hi, I am glad to be the first one to answer you. ;-)

I have lived in Prague for two years, so you can trust me.

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1. Pražská brána‎
2. Svary Vaclav monument (St. Venceslav monument)
3. Vltava river
4. I don't know
5. Mala Strana
6. Mala Strana

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8. Chram Svateho Vita (Holy Ghost Cathedral at the Prague's castle)
9. Prague's castle (It's said that this is the sit of the president, who also lives here)
10. no idea
11. St. Nicholas Church
12. Staromestske Radnice
13. Vltava River

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13. Prazska Brana
14. The entrance to the Prague's castle
15. no idea
16. no idea
17. Jan Masaryk monument at Prague's castle
18. no idea
19. The clock tower at the Old Town Square (Staromestske Radnice)
20 Jan Hus monument

Please if there are Czech people, correct me if I am wrong anywhere.

Re: Please help me name the buildings in Prague! ;)

by niserin

Thank you ! You saved me a lot of time ;)

Re: Please help me name the buildings in Prague! ;)

by r13

Some pictures are too small to be sure, but:

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1. Prasna Brana (Powder gate) next to Municipal house
2. Svaty Vaclav monument (St. Venceslav monument) at Muzeum (Venceslas square)
3. Vltava river - from Jirasek bridge view towards Detsky (Childrens) island
4. Could not recognize
5. Mala Strana
6. Mala Strana view towards Petrin hill

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7. Chram Svateho Vita (Holy Ghost Cathedral at the Prague's castle)- entrance
8. Prague's castle, 3rd yard. Balcony is used by President to give speeches on special occasions, but President does not live in Castle...
9. Could not recognize
10. Malostranske square, St. Nicholas Church in background
11. Buildings on Staromestske namesti (Old city square), Tyn church
12. Certovka (channel between Kampa island and Mala strana)

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13. Charles bridge, Mala Strana gate (from bridge towards Malostranske sq.)
14. The entrance to the Prague's castle
15. "Loreta"
16. Cernin palace, opposite to Loreta, now Ministry of Foreign affairs
17. Jan Masaryk monument at Prague's castle, view towards the Castle
18. Could not recognize
19. Looks familiar, but can't place, but CERTAINLY NOT the clock tower at the Old Town Square
20 Jan Hus monument on Old City square

Re: Please help me name the buildings in Prague! ;)

by r13

Ok,

No 18- is in the Castle, 4th yard "Na Baste"
No 19 Charles bridge- Staromestska vez (Old city tower) facing from the city to the river.

Re: Please help me name the buildings in Prague! ;)

by niserin

Thanks so much. Great job

Travel Tips for Prague

Paying your bill with a credit card

by alex0312

They way you pay with a credit card at restaurants is a little different than here in U.S. When you get your bill, give them your credit card and then tell them how much you want them to charge your credit card for. That means the bill plus the tip. It is not like in U.S. where you get charged and them get another slip where you write in the amount of tip that you want to give. There you have to tell them before they charge your card the first time. I made a mistake like that and had to find the waitress and give her cash as tip.

Prague Castle

by extrajoce

Situated on top of a hill on the west side of Prague, the castle is an imposing complex, and allegedly the biggest castle in Europe. It is at the end of the Royal Way coming from the Old Town, and oversees the whole city. This is both a great place to visit and a way of catching a view onto central Prague.

Bring your pitcher

by smokeysf

One of the greatest things I saw while eating dinner in a local pub was the neighbors coming in and filling various containers and pitchers with beer, then leaving and taking them home, returning later for refills.

Target Practice!

by M0B1US

At the end of a long corridor seemingly going nowhere along the upper floor of the castle walls is a mediaeval fairground style target game with a difference!

Instead of using a gun to shoot at targets, for 50 crowns you get an authentic looking crossbow to fire crossbow bolts on a 50ft firing range at a target approximately 2ft by 3ft - which is in fact quite difficult!

In my five shots I managed to hit the target paper twice, though not in the bullseye.

Of course, I was tempted to poke a couple of holes in the bullseye - but I wouldn't do that... ;-)

Not bad fun, especially if you can get a little competition going! One Crossbow and 5 quarrels/bolts and a target to shoot at and keep as a souvenir!

Old Town Hall & Astronomical Clock

by karensuzjo

The astronomical clock is neat but what's even cooler is sitting at a cafe across from it and watching everyone wait for it to perform every hour. The reactions of the crowd are fun. My favorite character on the clock is the skeleton. Old Town Hall and the Center of Prague is very beautiful, as is basically the whole country. There is good shopping. Also, there are people there that will offer you information on orchestral performances that you can see. We took up an offer on one that included a show (Vivaldi's music) and dinner.

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