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Czech Republic, Cites

Prague is a city of a hundred spires, red roofs and one of the most beautiful capitals in the world. That is why the city center is carefully protected by UNESCO.

Must-see places in Prague: the Old Town Hall with the famous Prague Astronomical Clock, the winding lanes of the Jewish Quarter, which you know from the novels of Franz Kafka, the Gothic Charles Bridge and famous Church of St. Nicholas in the Lesser Town, the most beautiful Baroque church in Prague. Every day you can have a lunch or a dinner having an excursion on boat along the Vltava. Prague is very different, it can be romantic, ancient, modern, fashion and mysterious at the same time. But it is beautiful and hospitable all year round.

Prague
Prague is the capital of Czech Republic and one of the most popular and oldest cities in Europe. Prague has always been a major center of attraction for all the tourists visiting the Czech Republic. The exact time of the birth of the city is unknown, but numerous settlements at the confluence of the Vltava and Berounka by the VI century were a well-known shopping center. In the X century Prague became the first capital of the independent Czech kingdom. In the course of its long historical development of the city formed historic neighborhoods: Josefov - Jewish ghetto, the Old City - the oldest district of Prague, Lesser - an area where once lived the first German settlers, the New Town - the founder of it was the Emperor Charles in the XIV century, and Finally, Hradcany - the old district of Prague, founded in the XIV - XV century. In 1993, the historic center was included in the World Heritage Site. In Prague, a huge number of attractions that it is impossible to describe them all, and that their visit is not enough for the year.
Brno
Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic with its own rich history. It is the administrative center of South Moravia.
The main sights are the central square of the city - Liberty Square, the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul fortress of Spielberg, Augustinian monastery, Villa Tugendhat (UNESCO heritage in 2001). It is a city of churches, the most famous of which - the Basilica of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, Church of St. Michael, the church of St. Jacob, red church.
Ceske Budejovice
Ceske Budejovice is the capital of the South Bohemia Region.The center of the town is famous for its numerous monuments of art,  architecture and the square area of ​​Premysl Otakar II in particular. The square is the symbol of care, courage and justice. The most famous temples of the city are the Cathedral of St. Nicholas and the Church of the Sacrifice of the Virgin Mary. The city hosts the fair devoted to hobbies and agriculture. It is also possible to visit the Museum of horse railway, the City Museum, Museum of Mining royal dynasty Rudolf Energy Museum or go to the show in the South Bohemian Theatre.
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