Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, there is no doubt it likes to live under according standards. The capital of the Czech Republic presents the myriad of architectural styles that could be found all over the city center. Its historical and modern hotels, restaurants and even conference halls enjoy glances of over 100 000 tourists that absorb the atmosphere of this magnificent city every day. The uniqueness of this place is hidden in its history. Let's talk about some of the sights presented in the fabulous city of Prague.
The castle has been built around the year 880 by Prince Borivoj from the house of Premyslides. The Prague castle is considered to be the biggest castle complex of the world it also became a part of UNESCO in the year 1992. The castle complex consists of a wide range of architecture styles – from the remaining of Romanian style, up to gothic renovations from the 14.th century.
Charles Bridge is the oldest remaining bridge in Prague. The name Charles Bridge was suggested by K.H. Borovsky and it became popular around the year 1870. Foundation stone had been laid down by the Charles IV. on 9. June 1357 at 5:31 am. Charles IV was obsessed with numerology, so he chose this date and time on purpose. If we write the numbers down in the following way: 1357 (year) 9 (day) 7 (month) 531 (time) – we will get the ascending and descending scale of numbers that has its acme at 9. There is a lot more magic hidden between stones of the Charles Bridge.
The National Theater was firstly open in the year 1881. The very first play that opened the theater was opera Libuše by bedřich Smetana. Although at the time of the premiere Bedřich Smetana was already deaf, he managed to conduct an orchestra through the entire play. After that, few plays took place there and then the theater was closed for the entire summer so the workers could finish reconstructions. Due to their carelessness, the fire engulfed the entire building. Reconstructions took place almost immediately. In the year 1883, the theater was reopened with the opera Libuše.
Dancing House is one of the most debating modern architectures in Prague. It was built in the year 1996 on Rašínovo nábřeží. The project was created by international architects Vlad Miluinće and Frank O. Geryh. The architects took inspiration from the mind of a famous dancing duo: Fred Astair and Ginger Rogers (they are immortalized in the image of the stone tower). In the Dancing House, you can find an art gallery, restaurant, and bar with a view terrace.