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It is beautiful all year round, romantic, gothic and baroque simultaneously - so it receives, along with Paris, the most visited in Europe. And because almost all have said about it, enjoy the extensive guide selected addresses publishing
It is very strange how this town causes a certain feeling, even the tourist who visits for the first time: that of nostalgia. It's strange, because supposed to lament something should ever have to live, feel and love (or hate). Here, however, nostalgia is born for the city, as you walk for the first time for you to foreign streets. The reasons for the "birth" of this emotion can hide a single fact: Prague is perhaps the only city in Europe (if not the world) that looks like a huge museum and the museum is eminently residence memory.
This living museum has one additional peculiarity. The details of t
A different kind of ride in the Czech capital through stories and personal experiences of young and old people.
Approaching 9pm. I have climbed the tower of the Astronomical Clock to admire the panoramic view of Prague with the floodlit sights. Underneath, tourists waiting to see the twelve apostles that come out of the small window when it just means time. By nudging a young trumpet player, dressed in red - yellow medieval clothes. Resembles figure Valais paper deck. "He has taken my place," he says, while make two steps further. Acting entertainer of Czech tourism industry: when the bells stop and the rooster plays a short rhythm section on three sides
Multitude of deities, mystical mandala, complex rituals, colorful murals, majestic Buddha statues emerge from the clouds of fragrant incense and candlelight, the monasteries of Tantric Buddhism in the Kathmandu valley, where the gathered faithful but Nepali and Tibetans refugees
When the time came to pass the Buddha in Nirvana, around 483 BC, the ashes divided into 8 parts and built eight stupas (as it is called the tomb), scattered in various parts of India. Later, Emperor Ashoka (262 BC) the greatest apostle of Buddhism-identified the seven stupas (the eighth was lost in the jungle) and redistribute the ash building 84,000 stupas across the territory.