Prague is also a very romantic city, many domestic travel lovers are more like it here, come here to visit can see some very good gadgets, the building is not very high, can not see the thick commercial information and value.
The seminary is not fully open. Visitors here are just to take a photo of a light bulb-shaped staircase. Unexpectedly, there are quite a lot of people. It is located in the Xincheng District and can be reached by subway. The cafe is downstairs.
We also learned about this place from travel notes written by others. It is located in the very center of Prague’s Old Town. It is a relatively small attraction, but the door is not very conspicuous. You have to look carefully to find it. I put two facade photos for your reference. The only thing here is to take photos of the light bulb stairs. Remember that in Jiangsu, the photos must be taken from bottom to top. It is easy to take the light bulb effect by adjusting the light to the character.
This is a Cubist building where you will also find the Museum of Cubism. Located in the Old Town of Prague it was the first building ever done in this style in Europe. The museum is on the smaller side but if you're interested in Cubism then it's worth spending a bit of time here, and learning more about the history of the movement. There is also a cafe here with interesting decor (it's all done in the Cubism style) and a lot of character.
The Black Madonna House, located in downtown Prague, has a coffee-colored exterior wall, elegant and exquisite. Inside the Black Madonna House, there is a big oriental cafe that is very famous. You can sit in the cafe and enjoy the beautiful street view.
It feels like a work of art here.