- Type: Attractions
- Localyte author: Yancy Naughton
- Along with Prague Castle, Charles Bridge and Wenceslas Square, Old Town Square is one of the top four 'Must See' tourist stops in Prague. Old Town is appropriately named as it was founded over 1000 years ago and has a phenomenally eclectic display of architecture, culture, dining and shopping. Tyn Church is the centerpiece, with over 30 spires, Jan Hus statue commemorates the death of one of Czech's most famous martyrs. The clock tower has a mechanized show on the half hour, Pařížská Street has Cartier, Ferragamo and Fabergé. Beware of the pickpockets during crowded times, but more likely, count your change if you buy from a vendor grilling meat or selling tredník an a stand. Established shops are honest, but more expensive. Look up for a David Černý statue of a man hanging by his arm!
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