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Evening in Prague
Prague

"Karolinum" and "Stavovske divadlo" is located on the corner of "Zelezna"

and "Ovocny trh", in Old town in the centre of Prague.

"Karolinum" has been used as a campus of Charles University for longer than 800 years.  

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