Charles Bridge


Dating from the 14th century, Charles Bridge is Prague's most celebrated structure. As the primary link between Staré Město and the castle, it has always figured prominently in the city's commercial and military history. For most of its 600 years, the 1,700 foot-long span has been a pedestrian promenade, as it is today.

excerpt from
Frommer's Prague and the Best of the Czech Republic

23 September 1998
18 May 2000

Charles Bridge
(looking northeast towards Staré Město)

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Early morning fog around the bridge

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