Prague/Czech Republic - Friday photo challenge - share your personal pictures from your visit to the Czech Republic!

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Hello fellow Steemians,

I hope you are all having a great day! :) As usually, I am here with my daily photo challenge where you can submit your personal images from your travels to Prague and other locations in the Czech Republic in the comment section below.

The best 15 entries of the day will get my upvote. I will then pick the absolute winner of the day from these 15 photos. The winning photo will be awarded with a bigger upvote and it will also be featured as the cover image for the challenge post the next day to give the author of the winning shot some more exposure and publicity.

Don’t forget to add a short background story for your entry with at least 30 words and let me just remind you one more time that only personal images will be accepted in the challenge.

There were many great entries submitted in the yesterday Prague/Czech Republic photo challenge and I had a hard time picking the best one. After a deliberate consideration, however, I decided to choose the following entry by @jlgc:

This is my image today ... The Charles Bridge and the rooftops of the city seen from the top of Prague Castle. In the distance you can also see how vantage bridges adorn the river Moldava. The Charles Bridge is the tourist image of Prague, it is like being in a beautifully enchanted area with the tower on one side and the castle path on the other side. All tourists always want to be there.

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I rewarded @jlgc entry with some extra upvote. Feel free to visit his blog and check out some of his other entries.

Thank you for your submissions. Have a great day and keep on Steeming!


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Tomas
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This town was one that actually met, even exceeded our expectations. While Prague was very crowded, Krumlov still retains its charm and a sense of its past. Yes, there are a lot people visiting but everyone is walking throughout the town and its castle, so it does not feel claustrophobic - quite the opposite. The shops do have some original work [although you have to be discerning]. There are small passageways throughout and you can spend at least one day just walking around. You could easily spend two days here at minimum if you want a more relaxed side trip to the Bohemian part of the Czech Republic.
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Thank you so much for your wonderful entry and glad to hear you enjoyed your stat in Cesky Krumlov. Have a great weekend. Tomas

I took this photo of the beautiful Czech landscape shrouded in autumn colors just a few days ago when biking around my hometown. There is a high seat in the right that the gamekeepers use to watch and hunt our game (mostly roe deers).

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Side view of the Powder Tower (Prasna Brana in the Czech language), one of the most important Gothic towers in Prague. A popular tourist attraction, the tower separates the Old Town and the New Town of the Czech capital.

I took this picture in a gloomy day at the foot of the telecommunications tower in Prague. The tower which is the tallest in the city is located in Prague 3 district of Zizkov where we were staying and it is possible to climb up to admire the panorama of the city.

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Czech Republic is a country for those who want to get into a fairy tale for a few days, with tiled roofs of houses, a lot of spiers, walk along the stone narrow streets, and of course, beer ... beer for every taste, will not leave indifferent any tourist. The Czech Republic is also famous for its famous drink Becherovka, a recipe that no inhabitant will tell you, since it keeps under the strictest secret. About the Czech Republic can talk a lot and for a long time, but as long as you don’t see this country, it’s hard to believe.

It is a good getaway for people who want to relax and be in a scenic view and enjoy the old town. A very small town but with its own charm. A touristic place and a good place to get away from the buzz of the city. To reach here, the best more from Prague is to take the bus, as the bus drops near the town. It takes good 3-3.5 hours on road from Prague to Cesky Krumulov. Definitely a great weekend getaway :)
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Calvary Chapel, Petřín Hill, Prag
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Baroque chapel from 1735, built in a very visible place in its time. Today, at first sight, we are most interested in outdoor sgraffiti (frescoes). The designer is the respected Czech painter Mikoláš Aleš (1852-1913).
It would like to fix it and highlight it ...

Prague Castle
An impressive castle, a perfect construction and architecture built on 45 hectares of land, the largest of Europe, the view of the city from there up to the sea, the only evil that you can not get it out of the whole picture.
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Prague has a nickname "city of hunder towers". And once you spend several minutes in the city centre or any nearby streets, you realize why. There are all these picturesque oldish towers leaning above you. This view from top of Petrin is a proof :) Sad that the weather wasn't better but I actually like the feel it gives the picture

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Dancing House
It is one of the attractions of Prague. Near the Jiraskuv Bridge is this strange building, once called Fred and Ginger because they look like two dancing dancers. It is the headquarters of the Dutch National Offices, on the seventh floor there is a nice restaurant where you can see a beautiful view of the city. Not to be missed.
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Old Town Square Prague
During the day there are a lot of tourist groups and people shuffling around taking in the sights and it sets a lovely buzz in the air. The buildings surrounding the square are great for pictures and you have plenty of restaurants and bars to sit back and relax at if it's all a little too much! There are also food stalls serving up local foods as well as international. There was also entertainment going on which was good fun. Add to this the shops and of course the clock tower and this is definitely one not to miss.
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one of the most charming squares of the world!
This is not a square, this is a jump in the past! Really a piece of history with fantastic old buildings surrounding it. A place you can visit more and more times, you'll never get tired of admiring it!
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Also known as the Cathedral of St. Barbara, this is one of the most famous Gothic churches in Central Europe and also listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. We visited this attraction after Sedlec Ossuary/Bone Church. It was an easy bus ride from the Tabak Bus Stop in Sedlec headed for the Old Town, asking the bus driver to drop us off at Saint Barbara's Church. Definitely a must-visit attraction in Kutna Hora.

Bohemian Switzerland, Overwhelming natural beauty
This place is so awesome you'll feel the need to visit it again and again! You can choose one of the different colored trails and let nature amaze you as you walk through arches, breathtaking scenes and forest. The boat ride is also very nice.
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If you are in the town, you have to visit this view point. You will have Karlovy Vary literary in you hand. In the top of the hill you can see from this spot the whole city. The lookout tower can also be reached on foot by a quiet walk around Kamzík and other interesting prospects.
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I love getting high to admire a city and better understand how it is organized. Prague has many beautiful views, so I did not hesitate to climb some hills and climb some steps to enjoy! Here is a point of view on Prague that I loved and that I want to share with you.