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August 21, 2003
Before the introduction of house numbers in 1770, the houses were distinguished by pictures/signs. Take time to look at them. Some of my favorites are: No. 6 "Red Eagle", No. 12 "The Three Fiddles", No. 34 "Golden Horseshoe", and No. 49 "The White Swan".
From journal Prague-Magic's Residential City
New York, New York
November 1, 2000
You will see these two connected houses in miniture ceramin replicas all over town. The house with the Three Fiddles is also on that street. The Italian Counsulate is there, with it's iron clad gates and baroque facade. Look out for the old house-signs. Even the red Nerudova street signs on the buildings compose a good photo. At the end of the street, you end up at Church of St Nicholas. I think it closes at 3:45pm, so plan your time well. If all else fails, stay for the organ concert.
From journal Three Days in Prague