Photographer's Note

So the crowds discovered Prague, and then invaded Cesky Krumlov too, but the small town of Telc (pron. Telch, pop. 6,000), is still relatively a secret.

In the 16th century the town was burned in a fire and rebuilt by Italian architects and contractors.

It's been in UNESCO's World Heritage List since 1992.

I captured 15 houses and 45 arches in this shot, but the row of houses is actually longer, probably with about 25 houses.

If you happen to be in Prague, a daytrip to Telc is certainly recommended, it's very photogenic.

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Additional Photos by daniel yoffe (pastadog) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1670 W: 288 N: 2600] (13111)
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