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Tasting Prague

There's a delicious revolution in food and wine going on in central Europe's most delightful capital
John Mariani
Issue: June 30, 2002

Few would disagree that Prague is one of the more beautiful cities in central Europe. Straddling both sides of the Vltava River, it is home to some of the region's most stunning architecture—everything from Cubist buildings to Gothic spires to a wild Frank Gehry office building.

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