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Half-Day Private Guided Tour to Kutna Hora from Prague In the Middle Ages Kutna Hora was the second most important town in the Bohemian kingdom after Prague, due to its huge resources of silver. This private tour comprises St.Barbara Cathedral, an impressive example of 14th-century gothic architecture, the Royal Mint, where the production of the world-famous Prague’s Grossus took place, and the Bone Church, whose interior is made out of human bones! Visit these landmarks with ...

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Farmers' market in Prague: Where to go and what to taste — Taste of Prague - Prague Food Tours and Experiences

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Prague Food Blog The best Prague food tips and Prague restaurant guide by Taste of Prague food tours. For more insight in Prague food, check out our Prague food tours and our Prague Foodie Map! See our Prague Food Tours See our Prague Foodie Map

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What to see and do in Prague this autumn, including the best exhibitions, festivals and events, with suggestions on where to stay

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Golem statue in Prague: The legend reached the city of Prague not earlier than the year 1730 where the famous Maharal of Prague was said to have created a golem in order to protect the Jews of Prague from pogroms. When the golem began to get out of hand, the Maharal took the divine name from his forehead and restored the golem to his dust which is now supposed to reside in an attic in the Altneuschul.

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Temple Hotel Prague Temple Hotel is set in the Prague 02 district in Prague, 1 km from Prague National Museum. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free private parking is available on site. Some rooms include a seating area where you can relax.