*Click on the photos to open up their full-sized view.
The Charles Bridge, or Karlův Most in Czech, is the most famous bridge of the Czech Republic’s capital city Prague. There are three bridge towers, with one located on the Staré Město, or Old Town Side, which has a statue standing by it of Charles IV, the Holy Roman Emperor and namesake of the Wenceslas Square.
On the other side of the bridge, over the Vltava River, are two smaller towers:
** These photos were probably taken by my dear friend and travel companion, Joseph Chakola; if not, then I might have taken them using his trusty camera (an iPhone 6).