The Charles Bridge is one of the many historical landmarks in Prague. In this case, construction of this pedestrian bridge was started in 1357 by King Charles IV, a benevolent monarch loved by his people. Over the years, 30 statues of different Roman Catholic saints were added.
We were there on a sunny spring week-end day in April, so the bridge was packed with tourists and locals, some of whom were selling souvenir items and others who played music for tips. A festive atmosphere provided for a memorable day.
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