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One Day, One Place: Prague

[...] did you know that it’s also the place where you can find Frank Gehry’s most dynamic building, where the coffee scene went from sludge to superlative in just a few years, where Cubist architecture sits next to Gothic structures, and where a handful of inspired restaurants have reinvented Czech cuisine? Below the famed 100 spires, underneath all the hype — remember when other European cities were deemed the “next Prague”? — a city lies waiting to be explored.
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