Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Memory in Prague

Executive summary by darmansjah

East EUROPE does have a charm that can not be forgotten for the tourists. Well, if you want to vacation there, here are some of the attractions that can be visited Eastern Europe.
Wieliczka Salt Mine and Auschwitz in Krakow

This tourist attraction is fabulous. Historic salt mine in Wieliczka is the only site in the world no less magnificent than the Egyptian pyramids. Because this salt mine is mining technology in the 18th century who had a history of the world.

Wieliczka Salt Mine was entered first in the Unesco list of world heritage sites in 8 September 1978 along with 11 other sites from around the world. Interestingly, this forms a salt mine underground city with churches, lakes, and the parts that add charm.

Additionally, you can see the salt statue of the late John Paul II and Da Vinci's painting The Last Supper whose walls are carved out of rock salt. There are also attractions that have historical value such as Auschwitz & Birkenau Concentration Camp which was once the largest Nazi concentration camps in Europe.

Matthias Church in Budapest

Do not forget to also stop at Matthias Church in Budapest is the church where the coronation of the Hungarian kings since King Matthias. Note first mention, 1247 this church was the main church of Buda Castle. Now the building had originally been enlarged and rebuilt over the centuries.

Old Town Square and Charles Bridge in Prague

There are many interesting sights in the city of Prague. The natural beauty and bohemian culture of the mother country is not seem to fade Hungarian though modernization has penetrated every corner of the city.

Prague's historic sights include Old Town Square and Charles Bridge. Two is always crowded tourist spot visited by tourists from 10.00 until 18:00 local time. Prague city looks more beautiful at night with the city lights sparkle adds a wonderful ambience at night.

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