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“Lovely Park: Be sure to visit the Museum”
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Kampa Park
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Reviewed March 15, 2013

A lovely park with a great view. Be sure to visit the Kampa Museum. It is a non-profit museum with an industrial, modern look. the modern art contained there is facinating. Highly recommended.

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Reviewed February 11, 2013

The Venice of Prague is the name of a part of the Lesser Town and the Kampa Island extending over an arm of the Vltava, Čertovka. The houses are from the 17th and 18th centuries. The Gardens of the Kampa, surrounded on one side by the Vltava and on the other by an arm of the river, Čertovka, are a favourites place for walks by Prague residents. On this island, which resulted from the man-made amalgamation of several very tiny island, there were at first pnly gardens. Buildings were costructed on it starting from the second half of the 16th century and by the next century the traditional potters´ fairs began to be held here. A picturesque part of Prague with a branch of the Vltava. Especially interesting among the buildings lining the Čertovka is the Grand Prior´s Mill, built in 0597-1598, but of even earlier origin. The branch of the Vltava known as the Čertovka is spanned by an arch of Charles Bridge.

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Reviewed January 13, 2013

It's a romantic place where we can have a walk. Peaceful and pretty. You can admire the architecture of buildings and take a photo of the Charles bridge, the old wheel and the different statues next to the Museum in Kampa island.

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Reviewed January 9, 2013

Museums and restaurants line this part of the city. Great walk and place to take photos of the city. The museum has a nice outdoor art garden for free!

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Reviewed December 7, 2012

It is so lovely and peaceful here and, when you see the trees which are now quite a size, it is hard to believe that they rook them away, during the filming of "Mission Impossible" blew up some cars and then replanted them.
Don't miss the giant baby, in the patrk, it's one of the ones from the radio tower in Zizkov ! THIS is how big they are up close !r

Thank David P
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