The thirty Baroque statues of the Charles Bridge belong among the symbols of Prague, and also among its most admired sights, because such a bridge simply does not exist anywhere else in the world. If only because of this 516-meter long construction, linking Malá Strana (Czech for "Little Side") with the Old Town, you have to go to take a look at it while staying at the Jurys Inn hotel. The bridge between the Old Town tower and the pair of towers of Malá Strana was initiated by no less a person than the Emperor Charles IV, on whose incentive Petr Parler began to build it in 1357.
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