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Towers of Prague
Prague is characterized by several Gothic (and neo-Gothic) towers the top of which is often covered with bronze plates (that's why the tower of Pardubice, shown here below, is called the Green Tower).
The images show (left to right):
Detail of the southern tower of sv Vita Cathedral - Prazsky Hrad - Prague
Detail of Mostecka Vez tower - Stare Mesto - Prague and detail of a window in Mala Strana - Prague
Detail of Prasna Brana (Gunpowder Tower) - Stare Mesto - Prague and the door of Palace Thun-Hohenstejnsky by Matthias Bernard Braun in Nerudova Street - Mala Strana - Prague
Detail of Zelena Brana (Green Tower) in Pardubice and detail of a building in Nove Mesto - Prague.
The background of this page shows the tower of Staromestska radnice - Staro Mesto - Prague.
Find the other domino pieces:
St John Nemopuk (with another image of a tower)
Early Cubism (with another image of a tower)
Great Architects (with another image of a tower)