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Around the clock in Europe; a travel-sequence . PRAGUE, THE CASTLE FROM THE OLD BRIDGE PRAGUE 100 then the profoundest stirring of the Slavic nature andthe moving of emotional depths beyond the conceptionof the reserved and impassive Anglo-Saxon. Especiallyis this so when the music is of a national character, suchas the Ma Vlast symphonic poems of Smetana, ora Slavic dance of Dvoraks. These Bohemian masters,with their fellow countryman, Fibich, constitute atrinity that is reverenced in their native land to an extentthat almost passes belief, and that has done so much inmaking Prague one of the

Around the clock in Europe; a travel-sequence . PRAGUE, THE CASTLE FROM THE OLD BRIDGE PRAGUE 100 then the profoundest stirring of the Slavic nature andthe moving of emotional depths beyond the conceptionof the reserved and impassive Anglo-Saxon. Especiallyis this so when the music is of a national character, suchas the Ma Vlast symphonic poems of Smetana, ora Slavic dance of Dvoraks. These Bohemian masters,with their fellow countryman, Fibich, constitute atrinity that is reverenced in their native land to an extentthat almost passes belief, and that has done so much inmaking Prague one of the Stock Photo
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Around the clock in Europe; a travel-sequence . PRAGUE, THE CASTLE FROM THE OLD BRIDGE PRAGUE 100 then the profoundest stirring of the Slavic nature andthe moving of emotional depths beyond the conceptionof the reserved and impassive Anglo-Saxon. Especiallyis this so when the music is of a national character, suchas the Ma Vlast symphonic poems of Smetana, ora Slavic dance of Dvoraks. These Bohemian masters,with their fellow countryman, Fibich, constitute atrinity that is reverenced in their native land to an extentthat almost passes belief, and that has done so much inmaking Prague one of the foremost centres of Europe.The music from the Sophien-Insel floats down theriver to our vantage-point on Karlsbriicke, mellowedand softened, and contributes just the right pleasingnote to the agreeable mood these picturesque surround-ings excite. The ponderous, antique old structure onwhich we stand has the appearance of some full-pagecolor illustration for a charming Middle-Age romance.For half a millennium it has dug its broad arches intoth

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