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Charles Bridge

Prague, Czech Republic
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Charles Bridge is a Gothic stone bridge that connects the Old Town and Lesser Town. Its construction began in 1357 and was commissioned by Czech king and Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV. There is a tower standing on each end of the bridge. Both the Staroměstská věž on the Old Town end and the Malostranská věž on the Malá Strana end can be climbed for a view of Prague and the bridge from above. Baroque statues of prominent Czech figures line its sides. Today, artists, vendors and musicians can be found here.
Charles Bridge is a Gothic stone bridge that connects the Old Town and Lesser Town. Its construction began in 1357 and was commissioned by Czech king and Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV. There is a tower standing on each end of the bridge. Both the Staroměstská věž on the Old Town end and the Malostranská věž on the Malá Strana end can be climbed for a view of Prague and the bridge from above. Baroque statues of prominent Czech figures line its sides. Today, artists, vendors and musicians can be found here.
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