Punch movie location "There is only one place where we know"
was attracted to Prague for the first time. It was watching Lao Xus movie "There is only one place we know", and later, I found out in many movies. Scene, when I walked through the streets of the city, my love for the city was deeper.
The Vltava divides Prague's east and west into two. The east bank of the river is the old town and the new town, while the west bank of the river is the castle and small town. Prague Castle, located on the hills of the Vltava River in the Czech Republic, is the Czech fortress and the most popular attraction in the city. It is also the official residence of the head of state, integrating political and tourist centers. When the sun sets, the castle overlooks the entire old town and has a beautiful view. The afterglow of the setting sun sprinkled on the sparkling river, the back of the illuminated riverside couple, warming the swan playing in the river.
In Prague, you can see all kinds of architecture in the world, from Romanesque and Gothic to Renaissance to Baroque and Rococo. The most numerous of them are still Gothic and Baroque buildings. In the castle area, the entire Prague city is decorated with various spires and domes, which are connected to each other. With the title of "City of Thousand Towers". The roofs of these buildings are mostly vermilion, and the walls are mostly ivory yellow, which is magnificent in the sun, and thus has the reputation of Golden Prague.
There are a large number of small chapels in the cathedral, the largest and most beautiful of which is the St. Wenceslas Chapel, whose walls are decorated with gold-plated inlays and polished semi-precious stones. St. George's Church behind St. Vitus Cathedral stands on St. George's Square and is the best-preserved Romanesque church in the Czech Republic. The exterior is an early Baroque red brick building.
between the St. George's Cathedral and the Toy Museum in Prague Castle
At 7:00 in the morning, there are very few tourists in Prague Square. This is a rare moment in the day. It is more of a young person who is looking for a Jay Chou wedding photo to synchronize with the idol. There are golden sunshine in the square, and there are also free flying white pigeons. The only thing that is not there is the wishing pool sung in the lyrics. Where is the wishing pool?
A charming city with a strong Eastern European style, poetic and picturesque medieval city style, the Czech Republic is full of romantic style
Czech charm is the need to sink into the heart and slowly understand. Astronomical Clock, Tyne Church, Rudolf Concert Hall, Manis Bridge, Charles Bridge, St. Nicholas Church... The most attractive thing is to stroll through a small alley in Prague to visit a small specialty shop.
Czech Republic|The best photo location in the Old Town of Prague
Slow down all the time in Prague and feel the place that has been a hundred years old in a street, just in the Old Town Square When I met the Easter market, I was more excited.
There are two places in the square that are very suitable for punching. There is a high platform in the center of the square, which can take pictures of the church in the distance. Another location is shot in the square of a super beautiful restaurant. Old town, so beautiful!
There is a swan beach on the opposite side of the Charles Bridge. There are a lot of swans and pigeons gathered. At that time, Jay Chous wedding photos were also taken here! Remember to go to the card ~
Yucheng in addition to walking, there are retro old cars and carriages, different choices, I feel quite interesting!
Built around 900 years ago, Old Town Square in Prague is located between Wenceslas Square and Charles Bridge in the heart of the city. The architecture surrounding the square is diverse, ranging from the Gothic Church of Our Lady before Tyn to the Baroque St. Nicholas Church. The astronomical clock on the outer wall of the Old Town Hall is a highlight of the square. It chimes every hour, at which point the window above the clock face opens, bells toll and 12 miniature figures appear one by one and bow to the audience.