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Pass By: The Old-New Synagogue, Maiselova 18, Prague 110 00 Czech Republic
It was built in the 1200s and is Europe's oldest active synagogue. It is called “Old New Synagogue” - presumably because there was once an even older synagogue here, which was torn down. Therefore, the once “new” synagogue became the “old new” synagogue.
According to a legend, the attic of this synagogue is home to the Golem, an inhuman creature made of clay and animated by a magic spell. If you look to the front wall of the facade, facing the street, you see the ladder made of iron bars reaching up to the attic.
Pass By: Prague Castle, Hradcany, Prague 11908 Czech Republic
The Prague Castle is a prime tourist destination, not least for its “Golden Lane”, where myths say alchemists searched for the recipe for gold. Nowadays there's an admission fee, but back in Kafka's days it was just another place to live.
Pass By: Jewish Museum in Prague, U Stare Skoly 141/1, Prague 110 00 Czech Republic
The Jewish Museum in Prague is a historical center of Jewish legacy in the Czech Republic and stands out amongst the most visited places in Prague. Its gathering of Judaica is one of the biggest on the planet with around 40,000 items, 100,000 books, and a bountiful chronicle of Czech and Moravian Jewish history.