Prague June 11 - 14, 2004
Old Town Square early Sunday morning, before the crowds arrived.
Old Town Hall and clock.
15th Century astronomical clock.
Looking toward the old town square and the church of the Virgin Mary of Tyn.
One of the elaborately painted and decorated buildings on the old town square.
Looking toward the Prague castle from Charles Bridge.
Jim and Ceci on the Charles Bridge--one of our favorite spots in the whole world.
A canal and water wheel that can be seen from the bridge.
The old bridge tower with St. Nicholas Church behind it.
The Charles bridge is crowded all day long, with tourists and vendors.
Inside the baroque St. Nicholas Church.
A narrow passage leading to a cafe on the water, where we had lunch.
The passage actually had traffic lights. You could never find something like this in the U.S.
Another painted building in the old town.
Display in a shop selling painted eggs and embroidery. The eggs are real empty egg shells.
Inside the Opera house. We saw Carmen performed here. Fantastic!
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