When you come to Prague, you have to go to the town hall to go to the summit anyway. Take the elevator to the cloister at the top of the tower, in front of the famous Twin Tyne Church and the crowded Old Town Square. Overlooking Prague, the red roof is endless, and the afterglow of the sunset is sprinkled on the spire of the church, with no reproducible beauty. We are so daring to follow the twilight of Prague, letting time flow quietly. Everyone, in this way, records this moment.
Travel is a trip. If you can enjoy happiness, it is perfect. Why do you have so many demands? In the dusk of Prague, I suddenly realized that.
Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is the only city in the world where the entire city is listed as a World Heritage Site.
Prague is known as the "City of Thousand Towers", with diverse architectural styles, Romanesque, Renaissance, Baroque, neoclassical style, Gothic charm, and Renaissance romance, representing historical periods Architectural style. Those who have been to Prague are almost invariably impressed by the city's amazing beauty and rich history and culture. Only when you are in Prague will you understand why the entire city of Prague is listed as a World Heritage by the United Nations.
The best place to watch the Old Town Square and Prague Castle sunset is the top floor of the Old Town Hall. The Old Town Hall is the symbol of Prague's first city autonomy. Just above the gates of the Old Town Hall is Spitzer's mosaic mural entitled "Honor to Prague", depicting the history of Prague. A medieval astronomical clock is installed on the south wall of the
Old City Hall, which is also a popular tourist attraction. The Astronomical Clock is a beautiful and chic self-timer clock. The clock tower was built in 1410 and is still accurate. The locals are here to check the time of the watch. According to the principle design of the Earth Center of the year, the clock above is one year round, and the next day is a circle. Every day at 12 noon, twelve Jesus disciples appear from the side of the clock, and six turn left. Turn right, and as the rooster screams, the window closes and the clock sounds.