Prague By Mia Barnes 6T. In Prague, I would visit. The Prague Castle Prazsky Hrad.
By Mia Barnes 6T
The Prague Castle
which was founded in around 880 by Prince Borivoj. It has four towers; the White Tower, Daliborka Tower, Powder Tower and Cathedral Southern Tower. At 12 o clock every day, there is a flag ceremony and a fanfare for the changing of the guards. The Castle also has six gardens surrounding it.
is the oldest working astronomical clock, as it was installed in 1410
The Old Town Square is home to many of Prague’s most popular tourist sites, including the astronomical clock and many churches. There are also 27 white crosses in the square, representing the 27 Protestant leaders who were killed there after the Battle of the White Mountain.
is home to many weird and wonderful animals. The massive collection of animals includes hippos, polar bears, tapirs, camels, kangaroos, tigers and elephants
was founded in 1357 to replace the former Judith Bridge (built in 1170). Charles Bridge is one of the oldest bridges in Central Europe and has been a national cultural monument since 1962.
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic, formerly know as Czechoslovakia!
Prague is the 14th-largest city in the whole of the European Union!
People in Prague drink the most beer in the whole of the world! Each person drinks 43 gallons a year on average!
Prague’s population is 1,257,000 people!
The Official language is Czech although English, German and Russian are widely spoken!