The incredibly beautiful Charles Bridge from five different angles. We never got sick of it!
Prague's retro looking trams! Love.
St. Nicholas Church in the centre of the Lesser Town Square (Malostranske namesti) where even the lamp posts are beautiful!
Prague's amazing Astronomical Clock in the Old Town Square with parts dating back to 1410. I love it's Medieval style and the little skeleton guy at the top right closest to the center.
How cute, Prague is held together by giant buttons all over the streets.
The John Lennon wall. We were certainly feeling the love in Prague and didn't want to leave and what a sad day it was when we did.
Prague also has it's own little bridge covered in love padlocks. This was right near the Lennon wall.
And this waterwheel is right behind the bridge with the love padlocks shown above. The view is from the Charles Bridge at night. Gorgeous!
So much history. Here at the Old Jewish Cemetery there is said to be around 12,000 tombstones present and a possible 100,000 people buried. The feeling walking through this area was eerie and beautiful. A groundsman was raking the autumn leaves from between all the tombstones as we walked the path marked out for visitors.
The husbands favourite fast food lunch.
Super large scale graffiti we spotted in Prague. We later came to realise this was by Italian street artist Blu who's work we also saw at our next (and last) stop - Berlin!
Blu has filmed the production of a number of his large wall murals which are amazing, plus other graffiti animations however last year he created a rather indepth animated piece on evolution titled, 'Big Bang, Big Boom'. IT IS AMAZING to watch.