Trip to Europe: Prague
July 2010

Pictures one to three are around Republic Square in the New Town, which is not that new, founded in 1348. Pictures four to eight are views in the Old Town Square, including views of the Astronomcial Clock "Orloj". Pictures twelve through fifteen, and the panoramic, are views around St. Charles Bridge. Pictures sixteen through twenty-two are parts of the Jewish museum, located in the old Jewish quarter, including the cemetery, old synague, and other buildings. The pictures nineteen through twenty-one is the Pinkas Synague, which lists every person who died during World War II in Terezin or some other concentration camp, painstakingly recreated after the communist regime erased most of the names on the walls. Picture twenty-two is the quite weird Franz Kafka statue.
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