Prague/Czech Republic - Thursday photo challenge - share your personal pictures from your visit to the Czech Republic!

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Hello fellow Steemians,

I hope you are all having a great day! :) As usually, I am here with my daily photo challenge where you can submit your personal images from your travels to Prague and other locations in the Czech Republic in the comment section below.

The best 15 entries of the day will get my upvote. I will then pick the absolute winner of the day from these 15 photos. The winning photo will be awarded with a bigger upvote and it will also be featured as the cover image for the challenge post the next day to give the author of the winning shot some more exposure and publicity.

Don’t forget to add a short background story for your entry with at least 30 words and let me just remind you one more time that only personal images will be accepted in the challenge.

There were many great entries submitted in the yesterday Prague/Czech Republic photo challenge and I had a hard time picking the best one. After a deliberate consideration, however, I decided to choose the following entry by @jamesqube:

Prague. This picture with the typical red tram is on the street corner at "Narodni Divadlo" (National Theater) It was a bit later and the street lights were just turned on. In the background is the Prague Castle.

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I rewarded @jamesqube winning entry with some extra upvote. Feel free to visit his blog and check out some of his other entries.

Thank you for your submissions. Have a great day and keep on Steeming!

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The National Museum in Prague is by far the most famous and visited museum in the country but it is not the oldest one. The oldest museum of the Czech Republic is the Silesian Museum in Opava that was founded as early as in 1814, four years earlier than the Prague museum. The Silesian Museum currently houses almost 2.5 million items, making it the third largest museum in the country.


Hmm, very interesting. What a great place of interest to be featured today.

Thank you, I feel honored! :)

Photo of the typic red roofs of the Prague neighborhood known as Malá Strana (or Lesser Town).
They have a quite interesting patterns, and their architecture is mainly Baroque style. I took this photo from the hill where the Castle is located.

hey @czechglobalhosts,
Tomorrow comes a post from my trip to Prague a week ago, we had super nice weather and very good eaten. One of the pictures shows the tower Prašná brána (in german Pulver Turm) , and the other a beer advertisement of a restaurant



Looks like you had a fab time. I am glad to see that:)

The Czech Republic is always worth a visit, not just Prague


The ruins of Děvičky Castle lie on top of the Pálava Hills. From where is a beautiful view of the surroundings. The first mention of the castle dates from 1222. After that it often changed the owner. The most important rebuilding took place in 1529 as a strengthening of defense if the Turks succeeded in recharging Vienna. Then he burned several times and was subsequently abandoned.

I love that place. Great views from up there.

Český Krumlov is from my point of view the most beautiful Czech town, its historical streets and the castle as a dominant makes me more historical feeling even than Old Prague. If you will visit Český Krumlov, definetely don’t forget to visit the castle!

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The metronome is a beautiful place to look out to the city. It looks right in to Old town. You can see a lot of the famous Old Town landmarks from there. It is also a great place to just sit and watch over the moving city.


Loreta Bell Tower.
This is the house of Mary of Nazareth.
I took a photo from loreta's backyard. Loreta's location is in the hradcany area. Its location is not far from Praha castle.
One interesting thing about loreta is that 27 bels rings every hour and the sound is really good.

Great image. Thank you for sharing. Tomas

For me, Prague is strongly associated with a fairy tale. Some kind of everything is puppet, toy and incredibly beautiful. In the Prague Castle, an incredible number of attractions, you need to spend the whole day on their inspection. There are royal palaces, basilicas, cathedrals, and exhibitions / museums. It is certainly difficult to describe what you saw. So you need to go and watch! Believe it is not forgettable ....


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Jánský Vrch is situated in the town of Javorník in north Moravia on the border with Poland. The first record of the castle dates back to 1307 when Prince Bolko I of Svidnice (Poland) is mentioned as its owner. Its design, size and colors make it one of my favorite castles. I recommend you visit it!


The castle of Hazmburk

The impenetrable fortress of the Central Massif of Bohemia (České středohoří).
To the northwest of Bohemia, on top of a hill near Litoměřice, there are two towers, one is called Bíla (white) and the other Černá (black). They are the remains of a castle that, during the stormy Middle Ages, was the mansion of important families of the nobility and shelter of valuable religious articles. But, even abandoned, it is still popular; in romantic novels attracted by the atmosphere of the ruins. Let it also inspire you ...

That is karlovy vary, Nice small town.We were told 5 hours was enough to cover the whole town but it was not true.It was a pity that we could not take the funicular. Lovely town. Please spend at least a night here. It's magical during the Holiday season.

This wonderful place at karlovy vary.
It's a really nice place with their hot springs!
Beautiful architecture, lots of shops and restaurants! Beautiful place. Loved the hot springs. Loved Becherovka,the liquor unique to that area. Over all a wonderful place.

Looks delicious!

One of our most favorite parts in the world at český krumlov castle. I love it there. people also so adorable. What an amazing walk back in time. Was one of the best sites we visited. Church of Bones was absolutely amazing! Some might describe as macabre but I truly appreciated the artistic expression on display.


Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is rich in a variety of sights, especially historical ones. But there are also a great number of modern places of interest. One of them is the Prague Dancing House, a highly original building resembling and also inspired by two dancers – the immortally famous duo of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.

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At nightfall you can see the best sunset with a spectacular blue color in the city of Brno, the streets of this place are perfect for walking and relaxing. It is a very rewarding experience to know and appreciate wonders like this anywhere in Brno.

Hi, this is great I like this challenge.
Her is a picture I took of two friends that went out for a cigarette in front of a coffee shop. It was a chilly day. Wet and humid mixed with cigarette smoke and fresh coffee.

I photographed this monument in Karlovy Vary. It is dedicated to the Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya killed by hired assassins in 2006. For me it is very insulting that in the Czech Republic there is a park named after Anna Politkovskaya, and in her native country even the customer of this crime was not found.


The Gate of Infinity, Railway Station Prague - Bubny, Prague 7, Holesovice
The dormitory ends in the sky. This is a monument of about 50,000 Czechoslowaks citizens named by the Nazis as Jews. From this station they went to death.
We must remember even the most sad moments of our history.

This is my another picture from Prague, which I visited in 2012. I must admit that I don't remember where exactly it was. I need to go there again, as I have feeling that I don't have any beautiful photos from this city.

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Hey! :) another breathtaking view of Prague. When visiting Prague, there are many restaurants that will give you fantastic view of the city so you can take similar picture from more places in Prague and you can enjoy this view of the Prague bridges and the Vltava River while enjoying your coffee :)

wow ..... amazing ...... i like it

If you are tired of walking, take this tram and go back in time. Take a tram (1 or 18) to Vozovna Stresovice. An old tram awaits you there. Nice view of the city when the tram begins its descent. We cross the different neighborhoods of the city. A good alternative to see Prague or a good way to approach the city when you have just arrived. Not expensive at all!

This is an awesome shot from Brno city. The venue was Mendel University of Agriculture-Brno, inside the campus. We had a visit to Brno and we couldnt do without visiting the campus. Beautiful and well-arranged structures. This university provides high academic performance alongside with serene atmosphere condusive for learning.

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Architectural styles of houses in Prague for every taste and color. From Gothic and Romanesque to the newest trends in architecture. All harmoniously combined in a unique ensemble. In the photo the perspective of one of the streets of Prague with an accent in the form of a tower ...

Lovely photos.


wow ... amazing ... i like it. Thanks for sharing

i have not a professional good camera that is why i can't join this contest.

The Czech capital, Prague, which was also the capital of the former Czechoslovakia, is distinguished by its stunning beauty and impressive architecture, as many gather it to be the most beautiful European city. Hitler did not destroy it during the Second World War when it occupied it. Of synagogues and Jewish neighborhoods he was planning to make historical museums of Jews dispossessed in his scheme.

Prague and its core Czech cities maintained their aesthetic identity, with its different monuments between castles and golden castles. But the rulers of the country and its inhabitants have maintained their inherent identity, reinforcing the values ​​of isolation and isolation from the rest of the European countries and the world in general. Despite the overcrowding of tourists from all over the world throughout the year, the Czechs still refuse to deal openly with the different nationalities. To Prague is unacceptable and unacceptable to the Czech public

I thought it was in Konstanz, Germany. The place is kind of the same. :D

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