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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 183            Dresden to Prague

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 first city on the border, where the Austrian revenue officials put in
their appearance,    we get out, to change cars,  are required to
pass through the examining room, but the examination is very slight
merly [sic] asking a question or two and unlocking one trunk for a glance
within.                 We followed the meanderings of the Elbe
until after 6 P.M.   closely hemmed in on each side by the
peaks, crags and bluffs of the Bohemian mountains.
A part of this territory called “Saxon Switzerland” was particularly
interresting.   High, towering rocks, in squares and columns, time
worn and stained, resembling castle ruins so closely that we
were often deceived until near approach showed natures handiwork.

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 For many miles the shore opposite our train was bounded by
a high bluff converted into the finest series of stone-quarries that I

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 [-Stephensplatz-Teinkirche-]

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