From the top of the Powder Tower, the back of Our Lady before Týn with St. Vitus in the castle in the background.
View from Petrin Tower
Prague has a scaled down replica of the Eiffel Tower, Petrin Tower. This is a shot of St. Vitus from the vantage point of the Tower.
View from the Castle
Picturesque red roofs.
I think this is the Čechův bridge which crosses the Vltava river.
Pražský hrad (Prague Castle) from afar
Early morning rise to get the right light.
Karlův most (Charles Bridge)
Karlův most, The Charles Bridge, with the bridge tower in the back (right). It was built in the 14th century. It reminded me of the Ponte Vecchio in Florence because The Charles Bridge now has loads of vendors on it, though it wasn't built for that purpose.
Swan with Charles Bridge
There are a lot of swans in Prague.
Old Town Hall in the Old Town Square
This is the tower on which the astronomical clock is mounted.
Pražský orloj (Prague Astronomical Clock)
According to wikipedia, it is the oldest operating astronomical clock. At the top, two doors are open revealing "The Walk of the Apostles." Unfortunately, the skeleton representing death--usually perched on the balcony in left of this picture--was under repair.
The Calendar Plate
Ringed (in gray) with Saints' Days' names.
This dial of multiple rings was really pretty.
Staroměstské náměstí (Old Town Square)
At dusk on a Saturday night, the Old Town Square was filled with people and buskers. Our Lady before Týn rises in the background.
Josefov, the old Jewish Quarter
The Hebrew clock is mounted on the Jewish Town Hall.
Malá Strana (Lesser Quarter)
A view of Church of Saint Nicolas in the background and a busker dressed as a statue in the foreground.
Katedrála svatého Víta (St. Vitus Cathedral)
The gothic Cathedral marks the skyline from inside Prague Castle.
Prague at night
This is an evening shot from the same vantage point as an early morning shot in this collection.