At the entrance of the Charles Bridge stands the statue of Charles IV, with Gothic gates with baroque reliefs on both sides of the bridge, and the bridge railings on both sides are carved with goddesses, samurai, human face beasts and animal faces. 30 statues. It is said that as long as you touch the stone statue with your heart, it will bring you happiness for a lifetime. For my own good life, I also with the incomparable devout heart, caressing the shiny statue that I don't know how many people are rubbed.
After a night of transit in Prague, Czech Republic, I took a tour of the afternoon. It may be blind and self-confident. I just want to go to Prague Square with my memory. I lost my way, and after a while, I finally found the river by the position of the sun in the sun, and I can see the Prague Palace by the river. See the Charles Bridge and follow the road to find Prague Square.
The change is quite big in a year. There is still no wish pool in Prague Square. I remember that I stupidly accumulated a bunch of coins last year and wished to wish that only a flower bed was found. This year I came to discover that the flowers in the flower beds have been opened. very. In July this year, tourists were more than ten times more than last March. It was really uncomfortable and the walks were a bit crowded. The astronomical clock tower has also begun to be renovated. Fortunately, it went up last year and climbed up. This year, the top of the building is not very good to take pictures. I feel that the Czech Republic has already fallen into a pure land that is no longer Europe. Last year, a refugee could not see it. There was no such thing. Today, I see that the number of street performers and the number of refugees are equal. It is really worrying.
It is said that it has not been to Prague without going through the Charles Bridge. This bridge is not only an open-air statue art gallery, but also an open-air market. I looked closely and the vendors or sellers on this bridge are very unusual. . It is well known that the level of sellers singing or playing in the streets of Europe is high, but the vendors on the Charles Bridge are all licensed, and the souvenirs sold are almost entirely handmade. I saw a souvenir sold by a street vendor, took a watch to pieces, and then arranged the art in a frame, and wanted to go shopping. When I strolled around, I went to the dark, and the vendors went home. I went to find the next day, and he didnt come again. I remember very clearly that I was eager to get that thing, but unfortunately.
Prague, Czech Republic, has one of the oldest and longest bridges in Europe, the Charles Bridge. This ancient bridge, which has been through hundreds of years of wind and rain, is called "European open-air Baroque statue art gallery" by Europeans. For everyone coming to the Czech Republic, you don't really go to the Czech Republic without going to the Charles Bridge in Prague. So have you really been to Prague? How many times have you gone through the Charles Bridge?
Charles Bridge is one of 18 bridges built in Prague over the Vltava River. It connects Old Town with smaller villages in Prague. It was also the path of the coronation parades for Czech royalty. The bridge is a sort of an open art palace, with an avenue of 30 baroque statues and statuaries. The statues were constructed by Bohemian masters between 1683 and 1714, but were replaced by replicas and are preserved in the National Museum. It is often said that one has not truly seen Prague until they have visited the bridge.