1 View from my hotel, the Intercontinental, towards the Old Town Square.
2 Old Town Square.
3 Old Town Square.
4 The Tyn Church. The construction of the Tyn Church began in the middle of the 14th Century and was finished in 1511.
5 The Tyn Church.
6 The Tyn Church.
7 The Tyn Church.
8 The Tyn Church.
9 The Old Town Hall. It was constructed in 1338.
10 The Tyn Church as seen from behind.
11 Kostel Sv Mikuláse - the Church of Saint Nicholas, in English - dates from 1732-1735. In the house next to it, Franz Kafka was born in 1883.
12 The Church of St. Nicholas.
13 Church of St. Nicholas.
14 The Church of St. Nicholas.
15 Old Town Square.
16 Jan Hus fountain in Old Town Square.
17 Old Town Square.
18 Old Town Square.
19 Old Town Square. North East view of the square.
20 Kostel Sv Mikuláse --the Church of Saint Nicholas, in English-- dates from 1732-1735. In the house next to it, Franz Kafka was born in 1883.
21 Old Town Square.
22 The Old Town Clock. A copy of the original constructed in 1410. From 8 am to 8 p.m. the 12 apostles move past the two little windows of the clock (top). Below there’s an astronomical clock with a representation of the medieval perception of the Universe, it measures the hour, the moon and the sun movements. Below it, you can see the 12th zodiac symbols surrounded by typical rural people figures.
23 Old Town Square.
24 Old Town Square.
25 Old Town Square.
26 Old Town Square. Looking north. Church of St. Nicholas is on the left. You would go straight down this avenue, which is filled with shops and bistros, to get to the Intercontinental Hotel.
27 Old Town Square.
28 You can take carriage rides around the Old Town section of Prague.
29 Prasná Brána (Powder Tower) sits on the place where the old city gate used to be in the 13th Century.
30 Prasná Brána (Powder Tower).
31 The Municipal House was built in 1906-1912.
32 The Municipal House.
33 The Municipal House.
34 The Municipal House.
35 The Municipal House.
36 'Národni Muzeum' (the National Museum) is located in the 'Nové Mesto' (New Town), in Mustek (center of Prague). Mustek means bridge, the name comes from the middle ages, when a bridge crossed the moat of the Old Town’s walls here.
37 the 'Václavské Námestí' (Wenceslas Square), a 750 meter long boulevard . 'Národni Muzeum' (the National Museum) is in the background.
38 Another view of the National Museum and Wenceslas Square.
39 Another view of the National Museum and Wenceslas Square.
40 In this photo you can see some typical Prague houses.
41 Another view of a typical street in the Old Town section of Prague.