Prague and the Infinite Tower of Books

At the end of May, I went to Prague for the second time, so I wanted it to be a little different, and I Googled all sorts of unusual stuff to do there (I just love the Atlas Obscura website for that exact purpose.)

And that’s where I found out about THE INFINITE TOWER OF BOOKS.

I just about died.

I had to go.

Don’t be fooled. There are mirrors playing a big part of this magic, but it’s still a HUGE STACK OF BOOKS. And it’s totally worth the stop.

It can be found at the entrance of Prague’s Municipal Library, click here for Google Maps.

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I also had never seen the Astronomical Clock–strangely enough, since it’s like in the Top 3 attractions in Prague. So I made sure to make a quick stop there just as it was about to strike six o’clock so I could see the whole machine play out.

OH MY IT WAS CROWDED.

I wanted to take a video to share with you guys, but as I watched the footage I realized it was useless. So many people talking we can barely hear the clock, and so many phones held up it totally ruined the view. At one point, I just put my phone back in my pocket and decided mental memories were better in this case. (Sorry!)

But the clock is GORGEOUS.

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That’s it for today!

I’ll share another post soon for the rest of the things I did in Prague!

Have you ever been there?

What did you like most?

Let me know in the comments!


And check out my big announcement if you haven’t already!

MY BOOK IS GETTING PUBLISHED, PEOPLE. MORE INFO RIGHT HERE.

9tFw

 

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