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An older cathedral and a relaxed park across the street. The park now features efforts to promote pollination via including several bee hives. There are a number of places to sit, relax and enjoy the green space.
Having said that, I would not make a...More
This small (less than 3/4 of an acre) "green" space has nothing to warrant a special visit.unless you're in the area and want to take a rest on a bench or a photo of the Holy Rosary Cathedral across the street. The area consists mostly...More
I was in Prague not too long ago and came across this park full of Junkies, homeless etc, but yet there it was on TripAdvisor awaiting my review, what can you say about such a place? You can't applaud it, it would be rude to...More
it is not clear what the designers had in mind for Cathedral Square, but it is certainly was not beauty. The modern touch with a lot of cement and large pipes connecting overhead is an eyesore that is neither interesting nor inviting -- both elements...More
This is one of the ugliest and poorly designed urban squares I've ever seen. Completely unnatractive and full of vagrants. Avoid.
Date of experience: March 2014
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