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Prague with wheelchair
Prague is beautiful and very rich with many architectural styles and viewing places. In order to establish this route for wheelchair people, it has invested its time, resources and personal research are in Prague, and have been devoted to research for several days. We know where accessibility is and where they are not. A more detailed description will be available after 50% of the total travel costs.
The historic centre of Prague, the Old Town (Staré Město), is the place where you will find the great Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí), which is one of the best places to start exploring the city. Here you will find Tin Church and Clementinum, as well as many other fine old churches, as well as the great old architecture that started in the 11 th century, while the Jewish Quarter, Josephov, is only a short walk north. Brilliant is the Old Town Hall (Staromestská radnice), on a wonderful early 15 th-century astronomical watch (orloj): every hour, it resuscitates the faces of 12 apostles that appear at the top of the clock in exact hours. Other main features of the Old Town Hall are the door of Gothic, which leads to its great interior with art exhibitions, a chapel built in 1381 and an old prison
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