Prague Travel, Articles, Photos, and Information

Founded during the Romanesque era, Prague was the capital city of the Kingdom of Bohemia and is capital of the Czech Republic today. Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV, the Bohemian King Wenceslaus, resided there. Prague’s central location in Europe along the Vltava river has always contributed to its significance to politics, culture, and economics as all European Merchants traded there. Today, the Baroque city is known worldwide for palaces, galleries, and theaters filled with music and art. Charles University, the oldest in Central Europe, is there, and the historic city center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Discover and explore Prague, a city in the country of Czech Republic. This online guide of information, articles, and photos of Prague helps you explore the attractions and points of interest of Prague. It is located on the continent of Europe and its GPS coordinates address is latitude 50.0833 and logitude 50.0833. [Map of Prague].

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Our Wonderful Anniversary Cruise Along the Beautiful Danube River

It was the most romantic, beautiful, and educational cruise we’ve ever taken, and it happened to be our anniversary. We cruised all the way down the Danube from our port of departure in Passau G...

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Brief Facts and History of the Danube River

Flowing across ten countries, the Danube River is the second longest river in Europe with the longest being the Volga River. The river’s source is in the Germany’s Black Forest and flo...

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Prague: 10 Things to See and Do in 2 Days (A Photo Journey)

The Czech Republic city of Prague has often been compared to Paris for its sheer beauty and history. However, I will take that one step further. Prague is better than Paris. Sorry Paris. This 'Cit...

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