Every year, Prague attracts thousands of visitors with its historical buildings, sculptures and monuments of ten centuries. But it is not only its architecture and the narrow romantic cobblestone streets that leave a mark; its enchanting, magical atmosphere is unforgettable and makes the city's place in Europe truly unique. Prague has inspired Kafka, Klima, Capek and more recently Vaclav Havel. The city undoubtedly sparks the imagination and numerous young writers from all over the world flock to Prague in the hope of getting a piece of that pie of inspiration...
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