Prague: an undiscovered former communist jewel
The capital of the Czech Republic is a real undiscovered gem, set with breath-taking historical monuments, century-old streets and mysterious charm.
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Prague is a city filled with history and a mysterious charm which is captured in its perfectly preserved historical buildings, extending along the banks of the Vltava river. It is one of the cities with the most beautiful and well-protected cultural heritage in Europe, as well as being one of the biggest centers of culture, education and economy in the Czech Republic.
The city of a hundred domes combines relics from a communist past with comtemporary culture and architecture. It is as yet an undiscovered jewel of the communist world.
Take a look at the gallery to discover some of this enchanting city's secrets!
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