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Kavarna on Muchova ulice, Bubenec
Prague
This neighborhood is known as Bubenec. It is in between Dejvice, Letna, and Hradcany. It's one of the less urban neighborhoods near the center. A lot of embassies are here, as well as some villas which might have a few flats inside. You can walk to Prague Castle or the Center of Prague in 20-30 minutes from here.
Copyright: Jeffrey Martin
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Taken: 20/07/2009
上传: 22/07/2009
更新: 05/06/2014
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Tags: prague; street; summer; dejvice; bubenec; sun; city; streetview; handheld; sv05
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