In fact, many places are marked as Kafka's second birthplace. In fact, he has lived in several places in Prague. Golden Lane is also one of his places. Such a beautiful city can breed such a great writer.
Kafka’s father must be very wealthy, otherwise he wouldn’t live in such a central square in the old town. On the left side of the St. Nicholas Church in the square, you can see the house where Kafka was born; the eye-catching one on the square There is a one-minute house with beautiful scratches, Kafka also lived in when he was a child. The place where he was born was originally only a sign, and now he has opened a Kafka cafe. He wanted to give this attraction a five-star, but he was not satisfied with the suspected café, so it was four-star.
I can’t go to Prague without Kafka. I remember seeing him before. His position in the Czech Republic is as important as Lu Xun’s position in the Chinese literary world. I remember going to several places related to Kafka and Kafka. Card Museum.
Back to the square, here is where Kafka goes to school. The alley opposite is his birthplace... Prague is the birthplace of the literary master Kafka, the place of creation... This is really a city full of culture. Every corner is Kafka, where he was born, where he went to middle school, Kafka Cafe, Kafka Museum, Golden Lane Old Residence, Old Jewish Cemetery and Jewish Museum, and Kafka Square and Kafka Statue of Lefka
The entire small alley is decorated in a very life-like manner. It contains many original features of the year, many books, many screening rooms, and many old films. Walking around seems to be back to that era. Kafka's head cost 50 krona.