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Tour through remarkable examples of baroque architecture in Prague which belongs to the most famous expressions of European Baroque.  Many baroque churches, palaces, villas, and town houses were built after the Thirty Years' War (1618 - 1648).
Prague has many parks and gardens, so anytime you get tired of noisy city center and crowds, you can escape to one of them and enjoy its peaceful atmosphere.   Some gardens include playgrounds and some are venues for concerts and theatre performances.
Prague is a beer drinker's paradise, and many of the pubs and bars are located in historic buildings.  You will find cellar bars, beer halls and early 20th century cafes where you can relax and enjoy beer brewed on premises.
The Art Nouveau style has influenced the face of Prague and left us many beautiful buildings and their stunning interiors.  The style was developed by a brilliant generation of artists, designers and architects, and Alfons Mucha belongs among the most distinguished Czech visual artists of the Art Nouveau movement.

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