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2000 Tour Gallery - Page 1

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The tomb of the patron saint of the Czech People, St. Wenceslas, inside ancient St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague.

My favorite doorway in "Old Town" sector of Prague.

World Famous, the restored "orioj" astronomical clock on the old town hall in Prague. It is on the corner of "Old Town Square" in the city center.

John and Mary Lou are the generous guests who took these wonderful images with a digital camera, from Chicago on the Fall 2000 Heritage Tour.

Is the view from the Charles bridge tower looking toward the castle in Prague.

Our small tour group of 17 people stopped at a village harvest festival in Moravia, where these young men shared their home made wine and music with us.

We were pleasantly stopped by this herd of cows coming down from their mountain pasture in Slovakia for milking.

These Slovak ladies came to meet us for a village folk wedding staged exclusively for Heritage Tours.

These two ladies in kroj ( folk dress ) were in the Slovak wedding.

The high Tatra mountains in Slovakia are so beautiful.

A dress-up folk wedding for our small group in the small Slovak mountain village of "Zdiar".

"to be dropped"

The view from our mountain hotel in Moravia.

# 329 Heritage Tours exclusively researches your family history BEFORE you arrive in Europe. These are more relatives that John and Mary Lou met while on our fall 2000 tour.

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