One of the most important attractions in the Prague Castle area is that we walk down the hill from the watchtower and follow the crowd naturally. The doorway is magnificent. There are two statues with swords in hand, which are killing. But the most attractive one is the two guards standing at the doorway. Tourists can go up and take photos with them without moving. There is a uniform high point at the entrance of the palace, and the red-roofed house with Prague characteristics can be photographed.
The old palace is also an important part of the Prague Castle Scenic Area, unlike the cathedral's huge size and exquisite decoration glass, it looks rather shabby compared with other European palaces. The size of the palace is not very large. Some paintings occasionally decorated on the corridor reflect the history of Czech imperial power at that time, but the city view overlooking Prague at the entrance is more attractive.
The old palace is a three-storey building. It was once the residence of the King of Bohemia. It was built in the 12th century. It was also the place where several kings ruled. The streamlined pattern of the Villadislav Hall is very beautiful. It is said that the presidential election in Czech Republic is also taking place in this way now.
The old palace is one of the four scenic spots that can be included in the second class ticket of Prague Castle District. But to be honest, there are some chicken ribs in this scenic spot. It's almost the same whether you look at it or not. Prague's palace is too ordinary.
The old palace of Prague is the palace of the King of Bohemia, near St. Witt's Cathedral. The guards at the entrance of the palace have a changing ceremony at 12 o'clock every day. I heard that most of the Zhipin in the palace moved to the Meiquan Palace of Princess Xixi.
Once the residence of the King of Bohemia, it was built several times in Renaissance style. As soon as it entered the Villa Dislav Hall, the New Territories Hall had images of early secretaries, and the Palace of Charles IV, the whole palace was still magnificent and magnificent.
The old palace in Prague is also called the Prague Castle and is now the presidential palace. Founded in the 9th century, the castle has been renovated, decorated and perfected by architects and artists at home and abroad for many times. It is one of the most attractive tourist attractions in Czechoslovakia with its artistic essence of various historical periods. A place worth visiting!