Prague Castle is one of the largest historical sites in Prague. The view from the surroundings, from the Vltava river or from Petřín Hill, which rises above it, is stunning. Not until I visited him. Bend his head and look at the towers of St. Vitus Cathedral, not let his head pass through the clouds and get the height and beauty of dizziness, it is worth a visit. Inside the cathedral there is a beautiful atmosphere, which is enhanced by the reflections of light from the stained glass windows and reflections from monstrats. I let myself be carried away until the time of Charles IV, the Roman Emperor and the Czech King, who was the actual founder of this cathedral. The majesty of this place is enhanced by the St. Wenceslas Chapel, where besides the magnificent decoration is the entrance to the treasury with the sacred objects of the Czech kings. These are, unfortunately, only visible on the memorable days of the Czech Republic.
Walking through the entire area of the castle is not a matter for one day. However, it is worth seeing from the viewpoint of Prague, where I have verified that it has hundreds of towers, but also beautiful bridges across the Vltava river and also mysterious curves inviting for a further tour.
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