Prague and the Czech Republic

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Lonely Planet Publications, 2012 - Travel - 351 pages
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Europe s capital of quirkiness is a living gallery of the gothic and baroque, where the ghosts of Dvorak and Kafka haunt grand cafes, bohemian bars and smoky jazz joints. Neil Wilson, Lonely Planet Writer
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Inside This Book
Free pull-out city map
100 of Prague s best restaurants
31 varieties of pivo (beer)
28-page color map section
16 romantic castles
1 Cubist lamp post
Comprehensive map section
Feature coverage of top sights
Range of planning tools
Top sights and experiences from around the Czech Republic

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About the author (2012)

Wilson after working as a geologist in Australia and the North Sea and doing geological research at Oxford University, he became a freelance writer and photographer.

Mark Baker is research of Forest Community Research, a nonprofit organization based in the Sierra Nevada of California, dedicated to advancing community well-being and community-based approaches to resource stewardship through research, education, and practice.

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