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Folklore Garden

If you like exploring countries through their traditions, visit Folklore Garden. We are located in the historical centre of Bratislava, right past the Michaelʼs tower direction the Old Town on the left.

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Dresden Frauenkirche

Dresden Frauenkirche is a Protestant Church in Dresden, Germany. The preceding Church was a Catholic Church, before it became a Protestant Church, during the Protestant reclamation. The Church was displace in the 18th Century by a large Baroque building. Dresden Frauenkirche is viewed as a remarkable fact of Protestant sacred design, highlighting one of the biggest domes in Europe.

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Prague Castle

Prague Citadel is the most popular site in Prague – The towers of St. Vitus Cathedral, standing in the heart of the Citadel, overlooking the horizon of the city and are apparent from a far.

The Citadel was the monarchial sitting of Bohemia Kings, Emperors of the Holy Roman Empire and Emperors of the Austrian Empire (from 1867 the Austro-Hungarian Empire). Prague Castle was utilized all through history as an administration focal point. Each King and each Emperor who was sittted in Prague, made a point to incorporate structures that would proliferate his ruling, and today the buildings in the Citadel are from every main architecture style, for the last Millennium. The Citadel include St. Vitus Cathedral, Basilica of St. George, various royal buildings, a monastery, gardens and towers.

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St. Vitus Cathedral

St. Vitus Cathedral is a Gothic Cathedral, located in the heart of Prague Citadel. The Cathedral was constructed in 1334, when the ministerial office of Prague was raised to the rank of Archbishopric. Emperor Charles IV (Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire), predestined the Cathedral to be the crowning ritual place, a tomb for him and for his family. Today, the Cathedral is available to the tourists, as one of Prague’s most popular sites. The passage via the repository of prayers, incorporates a visit to the Royal Crypt and toward the southern bell tower, which offers an overwhelming view of Prague.

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St. George’s Basilica

St. George’s Basilica is a Church located in Prague Citadel. The Church was founded by Vratislaus I, Duke of Bohemia, in 920. The Church was expanded in 973, with the expansion of St. Benedict’s Monastery. The Church was revamped after a fire at 1142. Toward the start of the 18th Century, the Chapel of St. John was attached to the Church. Between the years 1887 to 1908, the Church was rebuilt, with an aim, to reconstruct the romanesque design of the Church. Today St. George’s Basilica contains the Bohemian art from the 18th Century.

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Golden Lane

The Golden Lane is an alley situated in Prague Citadel. The alley was constructed in the 16th Century, for the sake Rudolf II (The Holy Roman Emperor) guards. The name of the Golden Lane is originated from the fact that in the 17th Century goldsmiths lived there. The Golden Lane include small houses, painted in a range of colors. At first there were houses on either side of the alley, however one side was demolished in the 18th Century. Today the houses are souvenir shops for tourists.

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