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Picture Seventy-One

Hall Of Mirrors

Andrew inside the amazing Hall of Mirrors (Zrcadlová bludiste) at the top of Petrín Hill in Prague.

Built for the Prague Jubilee Exhibition of 1891 along with the nearby replica of the Eiffel Tower, it is more than just a Hall of Mirrors, it is a maze which is quite disorienting and brilliantly constructed so that you can look straight ahead into a mirror and not see your reflection!

Andrew took this photo of himselves on 26th May 2000.

To read about Andrew's trip to Prague, see Travel Pages: Czech Republic.

Other pictures from Andrew's visit to the Czech Republic can be seen at Pictures Seven, Sixteen, Nineteen, Thirty-Five, Fifty-Two, Fifty-Three, Fifty-Nine, Sixty-Five, Seventy-Two, Seventy-Nine, Eighty-Eight, Ninety-Six, 102, 121, 129, 132 and 140.

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