The downtown core of Prague in the Czech Republic is adorned with historic buildings and a street which is very busy with cars, people and public transportation. Many of the people head to Wenceslas Square to browse through the market stalls, while other visitors go to the historic building which houses the National Museum situated at the end of the street.The National Museum is an early 18th century building, one which is the oldest in Bohemia and the largest museum throughout the Czech Republic. A building of historic beauty opened to tourists five days a week where one can admire the stunning collections found around the museum. The National Museum is a historic landmark overlooking Wenceslas Square which has become separated from the square by the busy street.Bright signs adorn the different establishments such as the casino and the Grand Hotel Evropa located along this busy street where people stop to visit daily. Restaurants, cafes, unique shops and bars are other fascinating places to visit on this street while in the downtown area of Prague in the Czech Republic.This busy street is just the beginning of what is yet to be seen in Wenceslas Square. Here you will find market stalls displaying their handcrafted goods, hotels, apartments, restaurants, bars, clubs and shops which add a unique type of excitement to Prague. The nightlife is very entertaining and something everyone should explore while visiting Prague.There is so much to see and do in the downtown area of Prague in the Czech Republic that many visitors find they need to extend their stay a day or two to be able to see everything Prague has to offer. Prague is considered to be one of the most beautiful and historic cities in Europe and nobody wants to miss out on anything while visiting the Czech Republic.National Museum looking from the Wenceslas Square in downtown Prague, Czech Republic, Europe.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/6.3, exposure time of 1/200 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 115mm.
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