Traveling to #Prague? Do not miss out on #SpanishHall-one of the most impressive state rooms of #Prague Castle.
Storefront on Nerudova Street The Little Quarter, Prague, Czech Republic - centuries old doorway signs, which once served as street addresses, still remain on the buildings in this area. By Larry Myhre via flickr
Elaborately painted and gilded stucco-work adorns the facade of The Old Synagogue restaurant in Prague's Josefov district, designed in 1906 by the architects František Weyr and Richard Klenka of Vlastimil. The latter was a somewhat eccentric figure, who learnt his trade in Paris and later became famous for bicycling across Europe as far as Spain. He is credited with introducing cycling as a recreation in the Czech lands.