Cafe Prague - Troias

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This historic saloon is now a quaint Italian restaurant called “Troias” (previously it was “Cafe Prague”), but is allegedly haunted by a man who was hanged after shooting his opponent during a poker game.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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511 Rose Street
Georgetown, CO
United States

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39.7060947, -105.6973107
Clear Creek County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Georgetown, CO (0.0 mi.)
Silver Plume, CO (1.7 mi.)
Empire, CO (3.9 mi.)
Downieville-Lawson-Dumont, CO (5.9 mi.)
Saint Marys, CO (8.1 mi.)
Idaho Springs, CO (10.1 mi.)
Central City, CO (11.8 mi.)
Black Hawk, CO (12.5 mi.)
Montezuma, CO (12.5 mi.)
Winter Park, CO (13.3 mi.)


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  1. My best friend and I were spending the day in Georgetown this past weekend. We stopped in to have lunch at Troias and walked up and down the main street. We were parked at Argentine and 6th Ave across from the Post Office. When we returned to Denver, we made a stop to the grocery store. When we returned to the car, a pair of very old skeleton keys were laying in the middle of the passengers front seat. Neither of us have ever seen these keys and we have no idea how they just appeared???? Any ideas? I’d love to hear back from someone as to what they think!

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