Prague “The City of a Hundred Spires”

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  1. Helene Choo says:

    Your photos have made me want to visit Prague so badly! I love this type of architecture! It’s so quaint. I also always try to visit Madame Tussaud’s in all the cities I travel to because I find their wax statues really well-made and entertaining (and who would pass on the opportunity to take photos with Spiderman, amirite?) 😀

    • Alexine says:

      Hey, Thanks Helene Choo, Prague is “Magnifique” I could say no doubt of it. A lot of museums though it shocked me a little bit wonderful and tons of museums everywhere!

  2. Andy Richard says:

    I will love to visit some day am from Nigeria. awesome post thanks for sharing

  3. That’s a very important information and not many have written about it.

  4. Heraa Farooq says:

    The more I get to know about Prague the more I fell in love with this place. I would want to visit Madame Tussauds Prague so bad for the love of Harry Potter. You have taken some of really really amazing pictures.

  5. Michael says:

    Loved the read so much I had to double tap share it.

  6. Kimberly says:

    Prague looks absolutely breathtaking!! I love all your pictures

  7. Travelquartz says:

    Its a complete guide indeed, pinned to for next travel to this fairytale location

  8. Aditi says:

    I’ve always wanted to go to Prague and spend some time at the Old Town Square. How could I forget to mention the dream stroll on Charles Bridge. These pictures fuel my wanderlust. Cheers!!

  9. I love the architecture you have featured in your photos. I have never been to Europe but we are planning a trip next year. I am looking forward to taking in all the beautiful old architecture.

  10. My husband travels to Prague often on business and he is always telling me that we must go together. After seeing your lovely pictures, I think he might be right.

  11. Jeuelle says:

    I several friends who have traveled to Prague as classical music performers and they always talk about how lovely the city is. I hope to visit one day too. Thanks for sharing!

  12. Ashley Cook says:

    The architecture here looks incredible! I had never been, nor have I heard it’s voted as one of the most beautiful by the French. That right there makes it added to my list!

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  14. Prague is one of my favourite cities in Europe! I could sit and stare at that Astronomical Clock all day long – you gotta get back and see it!!!

  15. Ching says:

    What was in the Torture Museum? That name is rather intriguing! And scary as well 🙂 We have Madame Tussauds here in Vegas. I love going through wax museums, they do such a great job of replication. I’m Catholic so I especially liked your photos of the interior of the churches. I am guessing they are rather blunt in asking for donations to maximize on the number of tourists coming through!

  16. dawn says:

    what a beautiful city! it looks simultaneously historic and also like it’s straight out of a fairy tale! i would love to travel there one day.

  17. Tyra says:

    I love going to weird museums so this torture one seems interesting! What exactly was in there?! I love European architecture, it makes any photo look nice! Your photo of the Gothic Church looks amazing!!😍

  18. Carol says:

    The city’s really beautiful and your photos capture its beauty, too. The photos made me feel like traveling with you!

  19. Nawal says:

    Aw I’ve always wanted to go and I do a lot more! Such a beautiful post. Very artistic and I loved it

  20. Prague looks like such a beautiful, picturesque place to visit! Would love to go and explore, especially in the winter – I hear the Christmas decorations are gorgeous!

  21. I was a bit disappointed with Prague, such a beautiful city but sooo many tourists!! Hope to get more luck next time 🙂

  22. Teja says:

    That’s an interesting tornado-rock sculpture in the first photo – what is it?

  23. Noel says:

    Prague is the one city I’d love to visit in Europe. Love their architecture and the array of rooves are just unimaginable. If I can only visit one European city, it would be Prague, definitely.

  24. Jody says:

    I really loved looking at all the pictures they were so beautiful. Makes me think I should visit there sometime.

  25. Teya says:

    This is so beautiful. The details, the amount of thought in the planning. I need to visit.

  26. Prague is such a beautiful city and interesting place to visit. Loved your photos. I will definitely have to go again.

  27. I adore Prague! We spent 8 days there last summer, staying with some generous friends. We loved every minute of our trip ! Great photos 🙂

  28. Rahat Arora says:

    Prague looks absolutely amazing, want to explore this place so badly. Your images are to good. Very nice post.

  29. Julie Syl says:

    Indeed!! This is such a beautiful place to visit. and I will definitely put this on my bookmark as my future references to my net travel visit to Prague.

  30. This looks like so much fun, your photos are absolutely beautiful!

  31. I’m always fascinated with the different forms of architecture in other places around the world. Some buildings are so colorful, and others are exquisitely ornate. The wax museums are incredible! Some of the figures are so lifelike, it’s a little bit creepy!

  32. Brooke says:

    Prague was incredible when I was there more than 10 years ago. Your post makes me want to go back!

  33. vinneve says:

    My dream destination!

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