It was evening when the train from Budapest arrived in Prague for more than seven hours. The hotel was in an alley near the National Museum near Watslav Square. It takes only 20 minutes to walk from the railway station to the hotel. It's not easy to find one at first. It's worth saying hello all the way. The Czech people are very enthusiastic. Watslav Square is a famous place where the "Prague Spring" movement shocked the world in the 1960s (1968). Who would have thought that the slate beneath his feet was crushed by the tanks of the Soviet Union at that time, freedom and democracy came not easily, and now the square is a prosperous scene.
Unlike the square, it's more like a Boulevard to symbolize a place to protest against aggression and fight for freedom, because the love of Prague in the movies has a special feeling about it. Chatting with the local driver feels his joy of free life. Everyone has the right to live with dignity regardless of the value or the system. It is said that this is a fairy tale city, but I am more attracted by her light sad beauty. May her beauty be eternal!
Here is a square. In the middle of the square is a statue of an emperor. There is nothing special here. The greatest significance of the square itself is to record the places where the Czech people have undergone several major changes over the centuries. One of the most famous is the Prague Spring, where people gather in the streets to demand that they get rid of Soviet control. In the end, of course, the Soviet Union used bloody means to suppress the Czech people, and the Prague Spring was declared a failure. Here is the history of the Prague people.
The square has a history of 600 years. It is situated on the north side of the Bishop's Square, near the Bister Ritsche River. It is the main site of Przemez Palace in Olomouz City, beside which are St. Watslav's Church of the former Royal Church and St. Anna's Chapel.
Every day from the other side of the railway station to the old city, they pass through this big square. Many tourists with the group I see are concentrated here. The square is long, with slopes. It feels very open all the way. There are shops on both sides. The square sells balloons. I am not careful. I let myself fly!
The square at the entrance of the museum looks quite large. The Street connecting the museum and the main street is very wide. During the Christmas period, the whole square of the market can even be directly arranged. Because of the natural elevation difference, the main building of the museum behind is as magnificent as a mountain, and the intersection of the subway stations on both sides can be square. Convergence and evacuation of people.