Do you like the artwork of old masters and art history do you admire? Come and visit Prague and you get to see a large number of sites that will attract you. One of the most important historic buildings, admired by tourists from around the world as well as local visitors, is certainly Astronomical Clock. Prague Astronomical Clock is a world-renowned monument, which has its great charm. Astronomical Clock Old Town Hall is a landmark. The astronomical clock was built in the 14th century. Old Town Hall building itself is an important monument, created thanks to precision work architect Peter Parler, who was responsible for the uniqueness of construction. Astronomical Clock – clock this medieval building beautifully complement each other.
This clock is absolutely amazing
Not only is the Clock can read different times, but also the position of the sun, moon position and other constellations where you are located. Here you can read the current month and hour. And what more? Even here in an hour you will see moving apostles. When you stand in front of the clock time when the dial hands will pass twelve, can be up and moving the clock ahead appears twelve apostles, disciples of Christ. This opens the windows clock and they will go through beautiful sculptures. To see them all, you have to come at nine o’clock or nine o’clock in the evening.
To see the moving apostles?
Even in a different time of day clock is admirable, but if you want to see the best offer from Prague, take a visit to Prague Astronomical Clock. Orloj birthday, he’s already impressive 600let. Many tourists have already seen this magnificent historical monument and certainly a large amount of it to be seen. Enjoy all-inclusive travel packages and tourist companies will come to Prague. You will see and experience the best all inclusive vacation. An experienced guide will advise you on what to do in Prague and what sights to visit, tour guide will show you Prague with foreign language interpretation. You certainly impressed as everyone who succumbed to the magic of old Prague.