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Winter in Prague 2010

This year winter in Prague is quite cold. On most days during January, snow-covered all of Prague, and a lot of snow is also expected in February, with temperatures reaching below zero. You probably don’t like very cold weather, but on the other hand, it can make Prague look very romantic and charming – when the snow softens the silhouettes of the city buildings and towers. Wintertime is a great time to attend an exhibition opening, the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, theatre premieres, classical and pop music concerts. Winter is also traditionally a social event season, with balls taking place in historic halls. And even sports fans will enjoy winter, with the main attraction being hockey matches.

Prague at Winter

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