Karel IV.

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Prague Castle - St. Vitus Cathedral

Prague Castle - St. Vitus Cathedral

Karlstejn Castle, founded in 1348 by Czech King and Roman Emperor Charles IV

Karlstejn Castle, founded in 1348 by Czech King and Roman Emperor Charles IV

De bouw van de #Sint-Vituskathedraal (Katedrála svatého Víta) werd in 1344 onder leiding van koning Jan van Luxemburg gestart. #Praag

De bouw van de #Sint-Vituskathedraal (Katedrála svatého Víta) werd in 1344 onder leiding van koning Jan van Luxemburg gestart. #Praag

Crown of the King of Bohemia, 1346

Crown of the King of Bohemia, 1346

Charles University in Prague

Charles University in Prague

Charles IV - King of Bohemia & Holy Roman Emperor. #Czechia #Luxembourg

Charles IV - King of Bohemia & Holy Roman Emperor. #Czechia #Luxembourg

Charles IV (1316-1378), Holy Roman Emperor and King of Bohemia who is regarded by Czechs as "Father of the Country." Prague as it looks now owes a lot to him. Literate and fluent in five languages including Latin, Czech, German, French and Italian. His reign is considered to be the Golden Age of Bohemia as he organized the empire into peacekeeping states.

Charles IV (1316-1378), Holy Roman Emperor and King of Bohemia who is regarded by Czechs as "Father of the Country." Prague as it looks now owes a lot to him. Literate and fluent in five languages including Latin, Czech, German, French and Italian. His reign is considered to be the Golden Age of Bohemia as he organized the empire into peacekeeping states.

Charles IV (1316-1378), Holy Roman Emperor and King of Bohemia who is regarded by Czechs as "Father of the Country." Prague as it looks now owes a lot to him. Literate and fluent in five languages including Latin, Czech, German, French and Italian. His reign is considered to be the Golden Age of Bohemia as he organized the empire into peacekeeping states.

Charles IV (1316-1378), Holy Roman Emperor and King of Bohemia who is regarded by Czechs as "Father of the Country." Prague as it looks now owes a lot to him. Literate and fluent in five languages including Latin, Czech, German, French and Italian. His reign is considered to be the Golden Age of Bohemia as he organized the empire into peacekeeping states.

koruna omalovánka - Hledat Googlem

koruna omalovánka - Hledat Googlem

Karel IV - království

Karel IV - království


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