Ben's Big Trip Around theWorld Photos
Film Number 17 - Czech Republic,April 2002
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Prague (Praha) again, I think that the main river in Prague is the Vltava

The Astrological clock or something like that, on the hour it puts ona bit of a show

Prague somewhere

A window displaying what you should not bring into the country, Prague

An old court-yard in the builing next to my hostel in Prague

The Prague Museum

The telecomunications towere in Prague, it has wierd giant babies onit

Looking towards Prague Castle (I think) at night

Ceske Krumlov Castle tower, in the south of The Czech Republic. CeskyKrumlov is an old medievil town that hasn't changed much in appearancefor the past few hundred years. It is well worth a visit.

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The bear enclosure at Cesky Krumlov Castle

Looking out over part of the town from the castle

Looking back over the town from above the castle

A garden at the top of the castle

In the castle

Taken from in the castle area looking back toward the tower

Another part of Cesky Krumlov

And again

More Cesky Krumlov

Part of Cesky Krumlov Castle, again

In the middle of Cesky Krumlov

A bridge in Cesky Krumlov

Krumlov House, a hostel I stayed in for 2 of the 4 night I was there,recommended by Hanna. It was pretty small and relaxing

Cesky Krumlov again

Craig, back in Prague now

Lee and Craig in Prague

Looking out of the meterological clock (or whatever it is called) towerover Prague

Again

Jane and Lee in the clock tower

Craig and I in the clock tower

Out of the clock tower

Jane, Lee, Myself and Craig in the clock tower

The elevator shaft and spiral ramp that gets you to the top of the clocktower

Myself and Craig back on the St Georges Bridge (or whatever it is called)in Prague

Lee and Jane on the same bridge

I think touching this was supposed to bring you good luck, everyoneelse was doing it so I thought I had better give it a go.

A mini cable rail system that took you to the top of a fairly steephill just out of the centre of Prage. It was only a short rail line andhad two carrages that would couter-weight each other and cross over inthe middle of the line. I thought it was pretty clever.
 
 

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