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I found only one photo of Prague worth showing in my archives so I scanned four postcards to accompany it.
This is an overview of the city as seen from the Prague Castle on Hradcany hill on the west side of the Vltava river.
Here is a view of the Prague Castle behind the Charles Bridge across the Vltava.
And here is the Charles Bridge looking west towards the Mala Strana tower.
Here is a closer view of the Mala Strana tower over the road to the Charles Bridge.
This complicated astronomical clock on the old city hall is Prague's best known landmark. Built in 1410, it attracts crowds of tourists who wait for the 12 apostles to parade out of the twin windows with a bell ringing skeleton every hour on the hour. Its quite a show!
I have no pictures from my stop in Warsaw so we'll go directly to Moscow.