The 17th Century Crucifixion dates from 1629. Jewish letters say, "Holy, holy, holy".
Charles Bridge statue.
St. Cajetan (1709).
Little Quarter Bridge Tower and St. Augustine in the foreground.
Scene from Charles Bridge.
St. Luitgard (1710).
Old Town Square.
His English is better than my Czech.
Risque street sculpture.
Bohemian crystal shop.
Italian eatery at the Metamorphis Hotel.
High heels on cobblestone. What did you think this shot was about?
Serenading a young child.
Strangest urinal I've ever used!
American magnet bar near Old Town.
Wedding portrait shoot.
Many couples travel to Prague for unique wedding photos.
The Town Hall Clock (Astronomical Clock) performs every hour on the hour from 9am to 9pm.
Early mornng wedding picture shoot.
Friendly street sweeper.
Municipal House Dome and facade, Prague.
Municipal House Cafe'.
Municipal House art.
Church of Our Lady before Tyn. Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque features create remarkable contrasts.
Charles Horse statue by David Cerny in Lucern Palace shopping building.
Wenceslas Square and the National Museum and dome.
The Grand Hotel Europa with original Art Nouveau features.
Today it's Marks & Spencer's main store in Prague. Vaclav Havel spoke to the masses (accompanied by Alexander Dubcek) from the balcony here, an important event in the Velvet Revolution (formerly the Melantrich Building).
Ancient archway revealed when construction work was performed.
Guide Marketa shows a photo of the town Hall prior to destruction by the Nazis.
Old Town Hall Tower added in 1364.
Old Town Square at dusk.
St. Joseph's Church near the Charles Bridge (built 1621).