Prague and its Swans

“To move, to breath, to fly, to float, to roam the roads of land remote, to travel is to live.” – Hans Christian Andersen

The Vltava River is the longest river running through the Czech Republic. More importantly, it has the hundreds of swans on the Prague river banks that are so photogenic, that it is said that they are more photographed than the buildings and statues throughout the city.

Water Water Everywhere

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18 Comments Add yours

    1. Teresa says:

      Thanks for stopping by.

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  1. Alison says:

    Great quote too!

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    1. Teresa says:

      I think it is becoming very real, especially for us who miss travelling.

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  2. iammrsshecky says:

    Ah, all the swans lined up in a row, what a wonderful shot of them!

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    1. Teresa says:

      Thanks so much Mrs Shecky, they are just wonderful to look at!

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  3. mimfilip says:

    Armchair travel is all we have for now, your photos have really captured the essence of this beautiful city.

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    1. Teresa says:

      That is what I am feeling right now… just armchair travel and feeling teary eyed haha

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  4. lolaWi says:

    love the black and white! 🙂

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  5. Love the first shot.

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    1. Teresa says:

      Thanks much 😁

      Like

  6. Such crisp, well-captured photography and evocative words! Thanks for visiting Fake Flamenco. Love what I see here, now following My Camera & I.. 🙂

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    1. Teresa says:

      Thanks Rebecca.

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  7. growingupfra says:

    Loved the boat trip along the Vltava River, swans were everywhere!

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    1. Teresa says:

      They swans are gorgeous and they are so used to people that they Come right near you.

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