Prague/Czech Republic - Saturday 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 fantastic weekend. 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.

Panoramic view of the Jeseniky Mountains. Located on the border between the Moravian and Silesian parts of the Czech Republic, it is the second highest mountain range in the country. Jeseniky offers a number of popular ski resorts, numerous hiking trails and tourist attractions. Source: Shutterstock, author: Jagoush

Don’t forget to add a short background story for your entry with at least 30 words. I will then go through your submissions and upvote those that meet the requirements. Let me just remind you one more time that only personal images will be accepted in the challenge.

I am really happy to see more and more great photos being submitted to this challenge every day. Yesterday was no exception, we had several awesome entries featured in the photo challenge, including this amazing panoramic shot by our regular contributor @mibreit-photo with the following description:

The classic: Charles Bridge with the Hrad behind. I was fortunate enough to also get a nice reflection that evening :-)


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

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The escalators of the Prague metro go quite deep. Anytime I'm in Prague I use the metro system as it's efficient, good looking and a great way to travel quickly to different parts of the city.


Right on! Prague has an amazing system of public transportation. Fast, convenient and not so expensive.


amazing @shourai, the time you catch very quickly in travel, great job ..

The Maisel Synagogue in Jewish Quarters of Prague. It was built in the XVI century and it has been rebuilt many times. Its actual style is neo-gothic. The current building dates to late XIX, early XX century.

Panorama of Saint James Church in the Morning, Brno, Czech Republic. Photo was taken in June 2017 during my big Europe photo travel. It was Saturday early morning and many young men were returning home from night long clubbing and drinking (Brno is a city of students). Many of them approached me with 2 suggestions - make a photo of them and drink some bear with them :) Nice city :)


Great pic and an amazing entry. Thank you so much and have a great day. Tomas

Prague´s market of farmers at Naplavka on Rašínovo nábřeží. It´s open every Saturday and it is favourite place for residents and tourists too. You can buy there whatever comes on your mind - flowers, seasonal fruits and vegetables, delicious home-made and organic food and cakes and much more.



What a great place to be. Tomas

What looks like somewhat disturbing scene is actually a piece of art by Czech artist Veronika Psotkova. The sculptures are hanging from the Vysehrad Railway Bridge, one of the most famous train bridges in Prague. The weather was really bad on that day (January 2016 if I am not mistaken) so I went for a black and white shot there.



I will have to check that out next time in Prague. Thank you for sharing.

This is a picture form the bottom of pertin hill after my first time to the top. Walking down the hit was interesting as the sun was setting. I thought the lights looked really nice glowing through the trees at night.



Perfect place for a walk away from the crowds of Prague. Have a good one. Tomas


You forgot to upvote me :(

On the left you can see the Church of St. Nicholas, the main temple of the Hussite church. Here every day at 17:00 there are concerts of organ music. I myself did not attend this church (there was no time), but they say that there is a wonderful acoustics. And it's not surprising, everything is fine in Prague.


Great entry! Thank you so much. Tomas

One of the stained glass windows of St. Witt Cathedral. Each of which is simply amazing. They want to look at the fragment after the fragment. For this, even this picture is better to open in full size. To remove stained glass in different parts of the temple you need at different times, and always in sunny weather. Then they
If there was such an opportunity to fly up and hover in the middle of the temple ...
Stained glass of the cathedral

On this photo is a museum dedicated to Johann Kepler. It is located in Karlova Street near the Charles Bridge in the house in which he lived from 1607 to 1612. In a small area, using modern methods, the exhibition presents extensive work of one of the famous astronomer. If you want to visit, you will get a ticket with Astronomical Clock, which can be kept as a souvenir.

Great entry and information. Thank you so much for that. Tomas


I love the old streets of Prague. I love that Europe maintains the old buildings rather than knocking them down to make room for steel and glass like we do in North America. Such a lovely spot to visit.


This one actually could use little bit of maintenance:)... hopefully soon.

This photography is from Sychrov Castle situated 18 km from Liberec. The chateau rooms are furnished with original furniture and paintings. The castle is open to the public to a large extent, there are only a few forbidden areas.


Sharing another night shot of around the city. We were very lucky during the time we were in Prague the weather was really good to us so we were able to go out and get some night shots after dinner. Do keep an eye out for buildings that are lit up as the photos turned out really nice



Great shot! Thank you so much for sharing. Tomas

This is the lower part of the Prague astronomical clock! I guess everyone that's been to Prague has a photo of themselves here. The detail is beautiful to photograph. The toughest part is to take a photo without anybody else in it, given the amount of traffic on Prague's old town square. I managed to do it this time! ;)



What a great place for a personal photo!

Wenceslas Square, Prague

If you visit Prague, it is hard to miss out on Wenceslas Square since it is so huge. In fact, it is stunning 750m long and has a total area of 45,000 square metres!

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I love that place, the sign of freedom:)...

Today I wanted to post a picture of food. This is a typical food but I don't know the name of it because everything was in Czech. This is a kind of restaurant (or more a cafeteria) where you can get cheap Czech food. It's Jidelna Svetozor (just next to the Naclavske Namesti tram stop, next to Wenceslas Square) and I paid 128 Czk for the food and the beer!


Which is about 5€... Václavské náměstí for them who does not know.


Yeah right, I did a mistake in the name of the tram stop. Thank you!


No problem. You're welcome.


One of the last places I eat at while I was there, sadly there was a miscommunication and we got the wrong meal. Was still good and would definitely recommend people check it out.


some kind of goulash with knedliky I assume :) Well, I am hungry now :)


It is Svíčková, which is pretty much a piece of steak with pureed vegetables and some bread dumplings. It is amazing.


The meal on the picture is not a Svickova. The only thing I know is that there is mushrooms in the sauce


Could it not be a variant of Svickova? You would probably know better than I would but I thought the term was pretty broad. Regardless, it looks really good.


Yeah, guys. It is not Svickova. Not really sure what meal exactly that is. Could be something more local. However, typically Czech - heavy and yummy, lol....


bread dumplings are knedliky - I am sure :)
But... the main thing I have no idea :) it's goulash with mushrooms haha :D


Love it! There are places in Prague where you get a good deal for your money.

Among The Green Rocks

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It is the waterfall on Satina river near Frýdlant nad Ostravicí in Moravian-Silesian Region. I had found this beautiful place accidentally when I decided to make a couple of photos of the misty woods.


Perfect pic for the cover of the magazine:)....


Thanks! )

Hi Tomas aka @czechglobalhosts, You have set a high standard for your contests and maintained it so far. Without a doubt, this is the reason, only the professionals participate in these contests. The competition is always fierce that encourages the participants to come up with their best shots. This brings for us, the audience very good experience. I never found a single pic on your blog that was low quality. I never participated directly but I consider myself an important part of these contests and your blog. As an audience, I found it important to give my feedback that is more like my true feelings.

Never compromise on the standards you have set and maintained here and this should never stop. You've got loyal fans.

Steem On!


Thank you so much for your positive feedback. I am glad that the challenge is getting not only more participants but also loyal supporters just like yourself. Have a great day and thank you once again. Tomas

Easter brings out something special in Prague! Here is the Easter Tree in Old Town Square from a couple years ago.


Hi, thank you for your entry. In order to get an upvote your image needs to be accompanied by the text of at least 30 words. Thank you for your understanding. Tomas

wooow ...amazing photos
I have not visited Prague yet but I will certainly do it one day !!

amazing post sure sir but right i havent visti so i dont have pic but from ur pics i can imagine the beauty of czech republic and always enjoyed ur post!


This photo was taken in the beautiful old town area of Prague. Whilst I was visiting the city on glorious summers day for a long weekend, for a friends wedding. I would highly recommend a visit.


Great pic! Thank you so much for your contribution and welcome to Steemit. Tomas


this post very nice..and great photography...i appreciate your contest..carry on my friend!!!!!!!!!!

Wow amazing pic:)


wow! Very beautiful photo

I like this ....
" WARNING: The use of images that are not your own on which you claim the ownership will be flagged - HELPING TO STOP PLAGIARISM ON STEEMIT "

I like photography... so I want see they make photos too .

@czechglobalhosts Such a great article & nice photography
##Upvote/Resteem###This is my quest to follow the whales.. No matter how hopeless


Kindly stop posting images that you do not have a right to publish. It is not even connected with my challenge so I do consider this as spamming. Please avoid this kind of behavior. Tomas

All of the images are so cool ..

Great news but unfortunately i didn't come Czech Republic yet

Wow great pic

wow, Amazing pictures. . . . . Love the picture of Jeseniky Mountain

Beautiful place & your captured!

You always have amazing photos to display.
I always look forward to seeing your posts

Your photo challenge is fast becoming a Steemit Movement. Happy to be part of it.

How can I apply a photo on this contest? Is it still open?

a joyful journey, wanting to be there

Here's a nice view of the rolling hills around the Vltava River on our way back down from the parliament/church. The whole path was cobblestone street which I love.



Hi, your entry is missing the minimum of 30 words to be upvoted. Thank you for your understanding. Tomas


That's me, when i was eating TOSHICAFA and OKRA soup in one of the food court in Bauchi State, northern Nigeria. Its was my first visit to the northern part of Nigeria, as I'm from the Southern part of the country. In my visit to the bauchi, i decided to have a taste of their meals to know how God it is, and to to greatest surprise, the food was good.


Plese avoid posting images in other's post that are unrelated to the topic. That is considered as spamming and might hurt you sooner or later. Tomas


Thanks boss... Let me delete it asap

I had never been there but would love to visit one day! It looks so beautiful!