Photographer's Note

This Saint Vitus Cathedral in Prague seen from the Royal Garden. This garden was founded in 1534 by Ferdinand I from the House of Habsburg and replaced of several vineyards gradually bought from their owner. From the outset it was designed as a Renaissance garden and various exoctic plants where brought here from foreign countries. Even if there is still some Renaissance elements in the park, it is today more of an English style park. From the garden just outside the moat you have nice view of the Cathedral inside the Castle wall.

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Additional Photos by ulf eriksson (UlfE) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2516 W: 81 N: 3657] (14641)
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