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Faust, Prague

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  • Great únikovka, a lot of thinking, great props. Time quickly ran to us, women in middle age would suit a long time, so we can think in peace. Thanks to the help of the young and the patient voice we fit that Bill at that time.
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  • Well-appointed, perfect props and Stylize the room-to the last detail. The tasks of the imaginative and varied. The idea with the Faust. The overall impression is just perfect, the game we get the truth. I have about 10 games, half of them abroad. Faust and one more únikovka in Prague are in the first place:-)
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  • Faust is a really great únikovka. The story is told in a great way and chytlavy using the angle. Rooms from which you are trying to escape are really nice. It was my first unikova game out there, I thought that this is the standard, but after further experience I must say that faust is the best so far on what I was. It's not heavy nor too light.
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  • Prague is rightly considered the world capital of Alchemy, mysticism and black forces. This put another emperor Rudolf II, who settled permanently in Prague in the year 1576. He gave this gorgeous House on Charles square (formerly the medieval palace of princes Opavskih, mention of which has from 1378 onwards) English fokusniku Edgar Kelley, who at home had his ears cut off for quackery. Kelly in turn promised to the emperor to find a way to produce gold. Rudolf II and his entourage magicians sought and the philosopher's stone and the elixir of eternal youth. A favourite pastime of the emperor were sessions to revive the dead and vyzyvaniju souls of the dead. When the House was given the name Faust? Can in 18 century, when the House owned by the Knight Mladote and his descendants. For example, the following of their kind-Josef Jan František also conducted experiments and a variety of mechanical amusements. According to legend, it was in this House that the Alchemist has sold soul to the devil, that Satan lost through a hole in the ceiling (its still not patched). Maybe it's not magic, but the hole was formed from a failed pyrotechnic experience or from a cannon ball hit the Prussian artillery in 1757? It is not known. But, how do you evaluate the fact that in February 1945 year it is this ancient building struck by Anglo-American aviation, allegedly mistaking Prague with Dresden? Can House still could keep any secrets achievements of Alchemy, of which we are not supposed to know?
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  • The legendary Faust House is situated in Charles square. This House is famous for the legend of Faust, which took away the roof of the building the devil 👿. The House is fixed a few years ago and a lot of good looks. The House is now a pharmacy. Who cares about the old Czech legends, this one should go here.
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  • I may not be very understood the meaning, but the House as a House. Peter such a lot. And who lived there-Oh God knows. A fairy tale is all for tourists:) Not worth time spent only if past will go.
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  • One of the nejtajemnějších🤫 ... ☯ ️ ... and at the same time also architecturally the most beautiful 🏣 buildings 👌 at karlovo náměstí.. ... 👺🤭
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  • One of pražskýc's most mysterious places, home to mystériem reputation of great contrasts with her today's purely pragmatic mission-home to the renowned Department of thoracic surgery. It was originally built in the 14th century. century as Gothic Mladotovský Palace in the South of the Charles square, for the purpose of Defense important merchant routes Vysehrad, Prague Castle-where to move and Coronation processions. On the site of the present Palace was said to have once been a pagan place of sacrifice. In 1590, the owner became an English Alchemist and magician Edward Kelly-evidently was born the legend of scholars and the devil. In my childhood in this short stories from the old Czech Jirasek crept ...:) Part of the outer wall towards the Charles square is a wonderful Dientzenhoferova gateway. One of Prague's most mysterious historic places, contrasting perfectly with today's purely pragmatic mission-the renowned Department of Cardiac Surgery is placed here. Originally, it was built in the 14th century as a Gothic Mladotov Palace in the south of Charles Square in order to defend the important merchant trail Prague Castle-Vysehrad, where also coronation processions took place. On the site of today's palace it was allegedly a pagan sacrifice area. English alchemist and mage Edward Kelly became an owner in 1590-apparently, and reputation for "the scholar and the devil" legend was born around those times. This capture of Jirásek's Old Czech legends froze my blood in time of my childhood. :) Part of the outer wall towards the Charles Square is the wonderful Dientzenhofer Gate.
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