This is Prague's main attraction. The beauty of it is not comparable to any other place in the world. The colors, the setting,te architecture, all of it will give you a heart attack.
St Nicolas church
Old town hall
Jan Hus Monument
the house at the stone clock
... enough said?
Old Town Squere is the heart of the city and it has been from 10th cenury. The most of the buildings were rebuilt in 17th century after a fire.
I loved Old Town square with it's bars and restaurants where you can people watch or catch an improptu concert in the middle of the square.
Old Town square with colorful old houses. Go there at evening! Prague is beautiful in night lights !
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It is one of the places that you must go to while you are in Prague. As there are lots to see at the square, tourists flooded to the Market Square. It was very crowded!
Another view of architecture from the old town square. I hope my photo does this justice but it was quaite an atmospheric place in the dark.
There is a real atmosphere around the old town square in the dark. The floodlit buidings are quite spectacular. Take it all in.
It was great to revisit the square in the summer and it was every bit as good, for hot wine substitute cold beer!
This is one of the most beautiful Art Nouveau buildings in Prague, absolutely gorgeous details and colours.
Decorated with firefighter statues and a mosaic piece, this Art Nouveau building was designed by Osvald Poliveka and finished in 1898. Now it houses the Ministry of Regional Development.
Most of the brightly colored buildings of the square look solidly eighteenth century, but their Baroque facades hide considerably older buildings.
Closed to the trafic, this squareis the heart of the old city. Expecially in summer (but I found also in winter) coffee and restaurants have here their open space to eat and drink.
This is weird, but every time I look at this picture I forget where it is taken. These four buildings in Prague Old Town Square look so similar to the ones in Tallinn on Town Hall Square...
The busy old town square where you can enjoy a meal or just relax outside one of many hotels and bars where you can sit and watch the world go by