Thursday, January 25, 2018

Thursday Doors

Linking up at Norm's Thursday Doors.

May 2012 - Prague

Standing guard at Prague Castle.

The Prague Castle Guard or simply the Castle Guard is a specific and autonomous unit of the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic directly subordinate to the Military Office of the President of the Czech Republic. Its main task is to guard and defend the seat of the President of the Czech Republic at the Prague Castle. During the period 1939 to 1945 its duties were performed by the 1st Battalion of the Government Army.


  1. They are wearing sensible hats, unlike similar guards in London.

  2. Love this different style in your beautiful captures, Jackie ... or did your hubby take these? Did you see Sharon's take on Prague?(past weeks at All Seasons)

  3. The architecture is stunning. From everything I've heard and read about this country, I'm certain I'd have a field day capturing some of these wonderful old structures.


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