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Praha -vývoj času !

Praha - vývoj času !

Development through time, this is the last chapter in the visit to Praha. Last city vienna gave lots of oppertunities to stretch it longer. Praha long shelved in the refrigerator now is about completed, realizing these cities all square inch maybe covered but this city showed some quit challenging exercies of terra- forming; furthur progres would not do it any justice ! ANNO Europe CJ will return in october, switch will be made to Mayon Province CJ next month !

This CJ we cover the last part of Praha ! Kobylisy- Dolna Chabry north of the city and continue our way to the west bank with Letny and the last Mala Strana with the medieval town !

Kobylisy is on the prague subwayline C north of the second bend and houses at Kuchyfrica the university !

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Kuchyfrica - Prague Modern University !

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Dolin Chabry virtualy for this city houses the Airport, Hotels and Convention center area !

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Now we cross the river to the west bank to Letny with the Spartak Prague Football ground !

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Letny is a long part of a long highly leveled town wich stretches west !

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Prague subwayline A covers much of the upper part of the boulevard west !

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Mala Strana or the old medieval heart of prague with the castle and old town !

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Old town !

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Prahou rozloučenou - prague goodbye ! Pleasant town to create; top 5, real best city in this series, hard to imagine as every city got it´s perculier points wich up to now gave every city a little bit of it´s own identity. Weight of euro plugins now certainly making a ultra modern city just about imposible !

Hope you enjoyed this CJ and see you back next time !

 

 



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Lol, that feeling when you watch CJ from Prague and BOOM! St. Martin's Cathedral from Bratislava, Slovakia (my hometown) *:lol:

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1 hour ago, adam_SVK said:

Lol, that feeling when you watch CJ from Prague and BOOM! St. Martin's Cathedral from Bratislava, Slovakia (my hometown) *:lol:

Church had to e something substantial fitting *:D !  Walibuk slovak town quit usefull in those gothic eastern europe scene ^_^

Sincerely yours,

kschmidt

 

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