Thinking of Prague

The ancient splendor and beauty of Prague, a city beyond compare, left an impression on my imagination that will never fade.” – Richard Wagner

As you can see in my posts, Prague is one of my favourite cities. So when the pandemic was beginning, I was happy for them…seeing that they coped very well! Social media showed everywhere the 300 metre long table set up in the medieval Charles Bridge to celebrate their saying goodbye to the corona virus on June of 2020. I was even a bit jealous because it seemed that they were going about normally already.

Fast forward, 4 months later, the Czech Republic has now one of the highest rate of Covid-19 infections and I believe is even one of the highest in the world.

So as I am thinking and feeling for the people of Czech Republic and of Prague, I am posting some doors of the Prague Castle from my visit in November of 2018.

Thursday Doors Challenge

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30 replies to “Thinking of Prague

  1. Wow, wow, wow the history! And the building styles:) Prague is one of the European capitals we did not visit. Happy belated birthday, and sorry it (lockdown removal) did not happen on that day:( One day it will!

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    1. Thanks so much for the greeting Dr, had a great time even in a bit of lockdown. And yes, Prague is an amazing city whichever way you look at it. Hopefully you can visit it one day and hopefully I can go back too one day!

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  2. What grand buildings, statues, and doors! I’m sad to hear of the cover cases in the Czech Republic. Here in France, it’s getting quite scary, the number of cases each day. The second wave has certainly hit. Lovely shots, Teresa.

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  3. Wow, the architecture is simply stunning. Prague is definitely on the this of European cities that i hope to see in person one day.
    Sadly this virus keeps teaching us human lessons about humility. Until we have an effective, readily available vaccine there’s always a risk of another wave of outbreaks. It’s so important that we don’t get complacent and let down our guard. Let’s hope they get this wave under control quickly 🙂

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    1. I know, Norm, there is always uncertainty unless a vaccine is available. And even if they open up the boarders I don’t think I will be keen on travelling since my immune system is not that good. I am just hoping and praying for all of our “wanderlust” dreams. Have a good week Norm!


  4. How wonderful. I was in Prague twice but that was before I paid so much attention to doors. Again I noticed that the gallery doesn’t include the featured door. And it’s such a beauty! It’s a shame because visitors who don’t go to your main page won’t see it!

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