today we concentrate on the Old Town Square. We are still on the day that we arrived now quite late into the evening and lovely light. People where having a drink in the square, such a contrast from last December with all the Christmas trees about.
The famous clock dates back to 1410 and has suffered the test of time. It was designed and built by Jan Ruze also called Hanusn The legend stated that after he built the clock he was blinded by Prague Councilors so that he could not build another. But this was there undoing as it broke down soon after and could not be repaired for 100 years.
The Town Hall in the Old Town Square. Note the bell in the corner of the wall on the right hand side.
Various building have ornate carvings above the doors.
Just a manikin protruding out from a shop.
This amused us flapping it's wings all day and night.
Glass and Chrystal dominates Prague, loads of shops selling it.
Then in to Wenceslas Square with bubble blowing instead of Christmas Trees, like the little boy expression ducking underneath.
Thanks for looking, Regards, Mike