Prague/Czech Republic Friday Photo Challenge - share your photos from your visit to Czech Republic!

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Hello fellow Steemians!

I am here with another round of my 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. I host this photo challenge twice a week - on Tuesday and Friday.

You can submit your entries from now until Tuesday, 6 AM (CET). Please, 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.

The best 15 entries of the round will be rewarded with my upvote. I will also pick the absolute winner of the round from these 15 photos and reward him with an extra upvote on one of his recent posts published on the Steem blockchain. The winning photo will be also featured as the cover image for the next round of the photo challenge to give the author some more exposure and publicity.

There were many great entries submitted in the last round of the Prague/Czech Republic Photo Challenge and I had a hard time picking the absolute winner. After a deliberate consideration, however, I decided to choose the following entry by @ritxi:

In 1928, factory owner Fritz Tughendhat decided to build a house for his family. His wife´s family, Löw-Beer, gave him a plot and an unlimited budget for his new house. So, he contracted German functionalism genius, architect Ludwig Miese van der Rohe and he did his best! Villa Tughendhat, Brno


Congratulations, @ritxi! It was my pleasure to upvote one of your recent posts.

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

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Lake Mácha is an artificial lake in the Liberec Region of the Czech Republic, near Doksy and Bezděz Castle. The lake was named in honour of a significant Czech poet of the 19th century, Karel Hynek Mácha. Mácha’s Lake is a sought after tourist destination.

Here is a picture of the Old Town Bridge Tower (Czech: Staroměstská mostecká věž). It's a gothic monument at the entrance of the Charles Bridge. The monument was built in the late 14th century by Emperor Charles IV.

For a long time, the church of St. Wojciech, founded in the XI century, was the main church of Usti nad Labem. But in 1538 it was destroyed by fire. The temple was restored only at the beginning of the XVII century by the monastic Dominican order. In the tower of the church of St. Wojciech there are two bells that were brought here from other temples. This is the bell of 1554, which was previously in the church of St. Nicholas in Třebushin, and the product, dated 1648, which adorned the church of St. Wenceslas in Blizhvedli

So today I visited Broumov. This city is very close to Polish border and it's also perfect place to start some small trip. You can visit Broumovské Stěny - this is place with great rocks.

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For the first time, we saw Kamp Island on the approach to Charles Bridge. We were shown the "Prague Venice". From the bridge there is a beautiful view of the island. Clean streets, greenery, toy houses. The whole island is a pedestrian zone. In fact, this island was created by people.
The Chertovka River, about which all guides tell, is an artificial channel. It was he who cut off a piece of land, which we now know as Kampa Island.