Jewish Prague, Czech Republic Photos
PURCHASE GREAT MEMORIES OF YOUR TRIP TO THE JEWISH QUARTER IN PRAGUE- FOR HOME OR OFFICE.
This gallery features photos ofJosefov, the Jewish Quarter in Prague, Czech Republic.
Regensburg survived the war unscathed,revealing itself in full historical splendour. The nearly intact medieval centre is UNESCO listed site.
The Steinerne Brucke (Stone Bridge) is the oldest surviving bridge in Germany (12th century) and connects the main part of the city with the settlement on the other bank of the Danube. The beautiful old city is dominated by the magnificent Dom St.Peter, with its 105-m towers, the piece de resistance of Gothic architecture in Bavaria. The cathedral houses many treasures.
Regensburg is known for the excellent Bavarian cooking. Situated on the south bank, the historic Wurstkuchl (Sausage Kitchen) is believed to be Germany's oldest restaurant!
"Town of Three Rivers", Passau, stands at the confluence of the Danube, t h e Inn joining it from the south and the little llz from the north. Champions of t he Inn (which gives its name to Innsbruck) note that it is broader and bluer here than the Danube of Strauss's waltz.
Towering over the town is the Stephansdom, with its three onion domes, flamboyant Gothic chancel and rich baroque interior which can claim a total of 1,000 sculpted figures. The church is the seat of the Catholic Bishop of Passau. The church organ, built in the early 20th century, is the largest in Europe
The Veste Oberhaus castle, which today houses a medieval museum, looks down upon the jetty and the vessels below. The Neider Oberhaus is a fortress at the confluence of the Danube and Ilz Rivers The town also features a colorful Rathaus with murals of Passau on the exterior. The Rathaus and castle are illuminated at night and featured in this gallery.
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