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Prague’s castle is situated on top of a cliff, overlooking the city and has a 1000-year-old history. Originally a small fortification from the 9th century, the castle is today 570 meters in length and about 130 meters in width and is known as the world’s largest ancient castle with virtually every architectural style possible. The gothic St. Vitus Cathedral, Romanesque basilica of St George, a monastery and several palaces, gardens and defense towers. The Castle district includes several museums, including the National Gallery with a beautiful collection of old Bohemian art. Behind the galley is the famous and beautiful Golden Lane, an old cobbled alley with colorful 16th century tradesmen cottages.
Charles Bridge / Karluv Most
The pedestrian Charles Bridge, spanning 520 m, is Prague's number one attraction and most photographed feature of the city. Construction began in 1357, on 9th July at 5:31 am - the sequence of numbers 1357 9 7 531 was believed to ensure successful construction. Between 1683 an 1928 the bridge was lined with 31 statues of saints. Look for a plaque near statue 16, where you can put your hand and make a wish.
St Vitus Cathedral
The cathedral is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. The foundation stone was laid in 1344 but it was only completed in 1929. Located in the third courtyard of Hradcany castle district, it is the largest church in Prague. It dominates the skyline of the city and is one of its major attractions. Inside there are many treasures - the royal crypt houses remains of the Czech royalty, St. Wenceslas Chapel and the Coronation Chamber contains the exhibition of the Crown Jewels.