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Little Praha

One of Europe’s prettiest capitals, Prague is as surreal from above its cobble-stoned streets as it is alongside them. On hot summer days, when the city is over-run by tourists taking pictures of other tourists crowding in front of stunning architectures, many locals escape to one of the city’s seven hills: Hradčany, Vítkov, Větrov, Skalka, Vyšehrad (where the castle is), Karlov and Petřín.

In addition to beautiful views of the bustling ‘city of a hundred spires’, these places are often home to beer gardens to quench the insatiable thirst that locals are known for. It was from these heights, with a pint of cheap and delicious Czech beer by his side, that Emiliano Ruprah filmed the city, feeling like a kid again looking down at his Lego’s.

 

 

 

You can reach Emiliano at e.ruprah@gmail.com for more information on Prague.