Bohemian History

On Saturday we were running (literally) through Teplice in the Czech Republic. I had only my mobile phone on me and could only snap some pictures in passing. This charming town definitely deserves a return visit. Here are the few windows I managed to capture.

The lines are from the trolley coaches which are operated electrically throughout the town.

Even the simple windows feature decorative details.

And if the stukko work isn’t enough they add flowers.

Monday Window

6 thoughts on “Bohemian History

    1. I wish I could have stopped. The house fronts are amazing. On our way back we stopped in Pilsen (where they first brewed Pilsener beer) and we had a short walk through the old part of town and I took some photos but I still have to sift through them. Unfortunately, it started raining pretty bad and we left a lot earlier than we wanted.

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