Day #53: Letná Gardens

Day #53: Letná Gardens

  In addition to its charming architecture, Prague is the city of gardens. This picture was taken in a garden called Letna, a symbolic place for the communist opposition.         SEE IN MAP    The Letná gardens, besides being a good place...
Day #52: Kampa Island

Day #52: Kampa Island

  Self-Portrait. I rest under the branch of a tree, there is a palace behind me. Possibly this is the first time in twenty years that I appear in one of my photographs.         SEE IN MAP    Originally, besides being the island where many...
Day #51: Praha Masarykovo Station

Day #51: Praha Masarykovo Station

  I had heard about the train station of a thousand names. Praha Masarykovo is the most important one in Prague and connects with the Eastern Europe that we’ve turned our backs on. Europe lacks eastern aromas and it lacks a train that takes us directly to...
Day #50: Zeleznicni Bridge

Day #50: Zeleznicni Bridge

  The color of the rusty iron Zeleznicni bridge has become part of the colors of Prague, as well as the green of the oxidized copper on the domes of many buildings in the city. Beneath this bridge a charming flea market of Czech delicacies is held.    ...
Day #49: Kampa Island

Day #49: Kampa Island

  Kampa Island: I arrived here following the trail of the Spanish troops which fought in the Battle of the White Mountain during the SXVII century and used Kampa Island to camp along the river.         SEE IN MAP    Close to this place of...
Day #48: Legion bridge

Day #48: Legion bridge

  The Legion Bridge (Most Legií) connects the Little Quarter with the Old Town and at its midpoint has access to an island which also supports it, the Strelecky Island, from which Prague can be seen from the level of the river as well as many kissing couples....
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