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Rowlingova, or a movie starring Audrey Hepburnova. This fortress looks down on the city from the hill where it has stood in one form or another since the ninth century. After a modest hike up the hill, visitors can watch the hourly changing of the guard before entering a series of courtyards that lead to St. Vitus Cathedral. This Gothic skyscraper took years to build, finishing in Inside, members will find the tombs of St. Outside, members should tour the Old Royal Palace, which once hosted indoor jousting.
It connects Old Town with the Lesser Quarter, which makes it extremely easy to visit—members can cross it while walking from Prague Castle to Old Town, or vice versa. Those who have more time to spend on the bridge can also visit one or both of the towers at each end. The bridge provides stunning views of the city and the river, but its 30 bronze sculptures are the real highlight, with each telling a story.
For example, one depicts the martyr St. John of Nepomuk with a star-spangled halo. Legend holds that the saint was thrown from the bridge to his death after refusing to reveal secrets to the king; his tomb is one of many that can be seen inside St. Members interested in more recent history should visit Wenceslas Square in the appropriately named New Town quarter, southeast of Old Town. Important events in Czech history have frequently touched the square, culminating with mass demonstrations there during the Velvet Revolution that led to the fall of the Communist government in The square is much longer than it is wide, sloping upward toward a massive bronze statue of St.
Wenceslas that has long been, and still is, a rallying place for protestors of all stripes. The square is also bordered on this end by the National Museum, which is worth visiting for its beautiful interior alone, not to mention the tens of thousands of artistic, historical, and scientific items on display.