Aaha Aaha Prahaaa….

National Museum Photo courtesy : David J Roman

By: Sindhuja Kodivalasa, Staff Writer

People say, “The first time you visit Europe you will fall in love with it, its architecture and glory.” And as for most of the T-Birds on the Module Abroad, this is the first time in Europe, and we are definitely in love with Prague. It is a gorgeous and well-preserved medieval city, with great history to explore. That’s not all, it is a great shopping destination third to Paris and Amsterdam and has an amazing Vegas-style nightlife.

Some beautiful views of the city by fellow T-Birds:

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Beautiful Streets of Prague
Photo Courtesy: Sarunyu Thepbunchonchai
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An aerial view of the flea market
Photo courtesy : Kaladhar Rachabathui
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The Astronomical Tower at the Old Town Square
Photo Courtesy : Sarunyu Thepbunchonchai
National Museum Photo courtesy : David J Roman
National Museum
Photo courtesy : David J Roman

 

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A view of the Charles Bridge from Classroom
Photo Courtesy: Aayush Sawhney

 

 

T-Birds are having a great time in the city. It is the first week many of them had a chance to explore the city. Many went on a walking tour or explored the castle.

 

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Tour of the Clock Tower
Photo Courtesy: Kaladhar Rachabathuni
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City Tours: A view of the city from the castle
Photo Courtesy : Sindhuja Kodivalasa
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Castle Tours: Entrance of the Palace – The Presidential Office
Photo Courtesy: Sindhuja Kodivalasa

 

And finally, on Monday, March 23, Professor Graeme Rankine conducted one of his famous scavenger hunts. It was scattered around Prague and students enthusiastically moved round the city as they tried to check off all the items on their list.

Some images of the teams around the city during the game:

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A team at the Charles Bridge
Photo Courtesy: Kyle Morgan

 

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Sarunyu Thepbunchonchai at the John Lennon Wall

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