Exploring Prague’s Lesser Quarter

By Diana Edelman, USA, October 2012

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The Lesser Quarter, or Malá Strana, is a section of Prague rich with history, looking up to the city’s famous castle west of the Charles Bridge and part of the King’s Route.

With its beautiful baroque era architecture, the Lesser Quarter has countless points of interest — including Wallenstein Palace which was completed for the legendary general of the Thirty Years War, Albrecht von Wallenstein.

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Photo courtesy of Mike B in Colorado via Flickr.

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