We followed the trail of the Velvet Revolution, though it wasn't as exciting as I was hoping, with a small memorial hidden inside a covered walkway marking the flashpoint (if a non-violent revolution can have a flashpoint?).
Cubism is a big thing in Prague, indeed, there can't be many cities that boast a cubist lamppost, such as the one designed by Vlastislav Hofman.
The old Radio Free Europe headquarters are not far from the south end of Wenceclas Square.
Charles Bridge was apparently the extent of the Swedish empire back in the 1640s. It is one of the oldest bridges, now open only to pedestrian traffic. It offers wonderful views of the city and castle.
Prague Castle, sitting on the hill over the city, is a warren of palaces and old streets.
There are many little roads and alleyways in Prague Castle.
Looking out from Prague Castle across the city.
Some things we found at Prague Castle
The old steps between the castle and the town.
There is a lot of Jewish history in Prague, the old cemetery is a busy graveyard with many stones fighting for space.
We had our final meal in Prague at the Grand Cafe Orient, a cubist cafe.