There is a saying in the folks that it is only after passing the Charles Bridge 9 times that it has been to Prague! In order to find the best position, I dont know how many times I went back and forth. I found that the scenery I saw on the Charles Bridge was really different!
There are 30 statues of the saints on the Charles Bridge, all from the masterpieces of the Baroque masters of the Czech Republic from the 17th to the 18th century. They are called European Open Baroque Statue Gallery by Europeans. The most famous is the 8th statue of St. John on the right side of the bridge. When passing through his statue, people will touch the relief of St. John on the pier and pray for themselves.
There is a bridge in the river, there is a story in the bridge, and the Charles Bridge is such a bridge full of stories...
1934, lying quietly in Vienna Kafka in the suburban sanatorium asked his friends to write down the last sentence of his life: "My life and inspiration are all from the great Charles Bridge."
The famous Czech thinker Michal Said: "Only by reading Kafka's work, you will understand the Jewish complex of the Charles Bridge. There is a strong nostalgia in the lines."
This is the origin of the Charles Bridge, and finally Ten years after Kafka died, he moved the Czechs. Today's Czechs say: "Milan Kundera has no country, and Kafka has not only the motherland but also the people."