Prague by house numbers

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"Prague by house numbers" guide is designed for curious tourists who prefer to explore on their own and value their time even when on holiday."Prague by house numbers" means absolute freedom! No required routes or useless information! The Prague house numbers are the keys to unlocking their secrets.More than 700 of the most beautiful and most famous houses, palaces, churches, and monasteries in the historical centre of Prague (Castle District, Old and New Town, Lesser Town, and the Jewish Quarter) will disclose their secrets to visitors visiting the Czech Republic’s capital city who speak one of the following 8 languages: Czech, English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, or Japanese.It’s very simple:1. Find the red sign with the house number(*); on the façade of the house which has grabbed your attention.2. With the keyboard, choose the name of the city district: Hrad?any, Staré M?sto, Nové M?sto, Malá Strana, Josefov.3. Key in the house numbers and listen to the fascinating history of the building in your native language.(*) The red house number signs contain the name of the city (such as Praha1), the district (such as Staré M?sto) and the house number (such as 915).

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