photography · travel

August in Prague: day 4.

Franciscan garden, the Žižkov cemetery & the New Jewish cemetery, including Franz Kafka’s grave.

Franciscan garden.

There’s even a small playground in the garden.

It’s a gorgeous place – and you’d never believe it’s right in the centre of Prague.




The Žižkov cemetery.

This was a little morbid but also strangely fascinating at the same time.

A Weeping Angel. I just can’t escape them! 😉

I tried my best not to blink.

I loved those little lanterns.

Jan Palach’s grave.

The New Jewish cemetery.

Franz Kafka’s grave.

I hate the reflection but I wanted to post it anyway. ♥


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