Prague 2013

We found Prague to be…rainy. Pretty much constant, so there are very few photos (you couldn't see anything—there was far too much water in the air). In fact, On the third day of our stay, the Vitava river overflowed its banks and Czech Republic declared a state of emergency. Lots of buildings were flooded, bridges and roads were closed, and things were generally very very wet. I even broke down and bought a cheap umbrella (which I abandoned on principle when we left Prague). Despite that, we still had fun, and saw a lot of interesting (albeit wet) things.

Thursday, May 30th, 2013 through Friday, June 7th, 2013

1: A decorative plinth outside the Narodni muzeum

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2: The town of Cesky Krumlov, from the castle tower. Note how high the Vitava river is.

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3: A signpost outside Cesky Krumlov Castle

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4: A view of the castle tower from the banks of the flooding Vitava river

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5: A path snakes through an orchard in a park in Prague

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6: On the grounds of Prague Castle

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7: On the grounds of Prague Castle

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