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The Dancing House!  (Pragues Dancing House is one of the most famous buildings in Europe. It was designed by Czech architect Vlado Milunic in co-operation with Canadian architect Frank O. Gehry. The building Commissioned by the Dutch Bank ING, was constructed between 1992-1996 in deconstructivist style. It resembles two dancers, with the glass construction in the shape of a women wearing a skirt. This is why the building is also being called Fred and Ginger!)

Prague's Dancing House is one of the most famous buildings in Europe. It was designed by Czech architect Vlado Milunic in co-operation w.

The Belfry Tower, Bruges, Belgium.  I've been up into the carillon here and watched Jos D'Hollander play the bells.  Magical and unforgettable experience!

The Belfry Tower, Bruges, Belgium. I've been up into the carillon here and watched Jos D'Hollander play the bells. Magical and unforgettable experience!

Prague millerlubi

Charles Bridge is one of the best-known points of interest in Prague. The bridge used to be the entrance of the city, but nowadays it unites all the historical paces of Prague.

Catedrala Sf Vitus din Praga

This is the St. Vitus Cathedral of Prague, Czech Republic. It is the largest and most important church in the country. It is an example of Gothic architecture.

The "Little Venice of Prague" / Devil's Stream / Certovka | Czech Republic by Pantchoa

“The Little Venice of Prague" n de “Čertovk" on de Vltava River (Devils's Stream), which separates the island of Kampa district of Mala Strana. On the right we see the Kampa Island_ Czech Republic

The Powder Tower used to be one of the 13 entrances to the Old Town of Prague. It is located next to the Municipal House, on the beginning of the Royal Way which leads to Prague Castle. The tower was built by Matej Rejsek during the reign of King Vladislav II in 1475. It stands 65 m tall and is the only existing part of the former fortification.

The Powder Tower, Prague, Czech. It was 1 of 13 entrances to Old Town Prague. Located next to the Municipal House and begins the Royal Way to Hradcanny (the castle). Built in it stands 65 m tall.

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