Saturday, August 25, 2012


We'll start today. (Although all of the experience of Italy, Germany and CZ countryside are with me from this summer, which I will try diligently to get to working in reverse order.)

Today was a day at the Karlstej Castle. A beautiful and monumental architecture from the 14th century, it sits in between mountains located roughly 30 minutes outside of Prague. The Holy Roman Emperor, King Charles the IV, had this castle constructed within just 17 years to house his holy relics and the Bohemian crown jewels. (What a piece of architecture for just this purpose!)

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