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Charles Bridge is the oldest standing bridge over the Vltava River in Prague and the second oldest surviving bridge in the Czech Republic. After Prague's Juditina Bridge, the stone bridge in Písek and the bridge in Roudnice nad Labem, this is the fourth stone bridge construction in the Czech Republic.
The educational trail at Holské Ponds was gradually developed from the end of 2016 and was completed in 2019. The trail measures 2.7 km, but you don't have to walk the entire length. There are two points where you can shorten or extend your journey by taking the restored path to Zámostský Pond, known as the Forest Circuit.
I enjoy capturing photographs of old forgotten places in my hometown of Mestec Kralove. This photo was taken at the old train station, where the walls have been adorned with graffiti. Sometimes, I ponder the meaning behind these symbols, but regardless, the integration of modern graffiti into the old buildings revitalizes these forgotten places, bestowing them with enchantment. These old places are thus connected through modern techniques. Urban, or urbex photography, is highly popular today, and these locations possess a unique atmosphere.