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    Prague, Czech Republic Top 10 Cities in Europe : Condé Nast Traveler

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    Top 10 Cities in Europe ~ How Many Have You Been To? Let Judi @ Travel Detailing help whittle down YOUR travel bucket list! JLazoff@traveldetailing.com or 410.517.2266 puts you in touch!

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    Condé Nast Traveler Top ten places in Europe

  • Stacy Estes

    Vltava River Prague, Czech Republic The Vltava is 270 miles long, making it the longest river in the Czech Republic.

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Prague by Erik Witsoe "From the clock tower in the Stary Miasto. Make sure to climb to the top when you visit...so worth it! Very cold, December morning. I hardly noticed how cold once I had this view to keep me warm!"

Saint Vitus' Cathedral, Prague, Czech Republic. Has flying buttresses just like Notre Dame in Paris.

  • Václav Šulista

    Call our country CZECHIA, please. The history of our country is more than 1200 years old, the history of the Czech Republic only 21 years. Do not use transient name, which steals the overwhelming majority of existence of the Czech state. No need to call our country with the cumbersome long political name, Czechia is the correct English translation of "Česko", short name of our country in Czech. More: http://www.czechia-initiati... Civic initiative Česko / Czechia

  • Vita Adams

    I am well aware of this since my paret

  • Vita Adams

    I am well aware of this since my parents are from Bohemia and Moravia and I have many relatives there. The world knows only the Czech Republic however.

  • Václav Šulista

    It is about time to use it. It is correct and logical aka Slovakia Croatia Russia Serbia Estonia Latvia Austria India and so on. Due to neglected short name you can find stupidities on Wikipedia like Antonin Dvorak, composer from Czech Republic

Prague, Czech Republic - City that is magical in every time of the year. For me winter in Prague is like a fairy tale. Everything is dressed up in Christmas, people, shops, buildings even cars. If you are visiting Prague in winter, make sure that you bring you polar clothes because it's freezing cold.

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