The Powder Tower is a city gate that separates Old Town from New Town in Prague. Built beginning in 1475, it was used to store gunpowder, lending it its delightful name. You can climb up the stairs inside to look out over the city, or you can just pass underneath on your way to the open-air market to eat the local sugar-covered grilled pastry trdelník like we did. @actionjaksnm and I shared one starting on each end, “Lady and the Tramp”-style. But really, the best part of having a trdelník for us was entertaining ourselves by pronouncing it “turtleneck”.
Photo taken at: Powder Tower