The most magnificent baroque building in Prague, its construction was finished in 1756, and features a dominant cupola and ... More
St Nicholas Cathedral (Chram sv.Mikulase)
The most magnificent baroque building in Prague, its construction was finished in 1756, and features a dominant cupola and bell tower, as well as one of the largest paintings in Europe depicting St Nicholas in various guises which you'll find in the nave. On one of his visits to Prague, W. A. Mozart played the organ at the church and there are now frequent lunchtime and eventide recitals of his music.
This fortress was established in the mid 10th Century and was the oldest seat of the Czech nobility. Charles IV
built a system of walls linking Vysehrad with Nove Mesto but over the years, most of these were gradually ...
Rising up from the center of the castle grounds, the Gothic cathedral dominates the Prague skyline and is one of
the defining images of the city and its tourist center. The cathedral hides a number of valuable monuments including ...
Separated from the left bank, just to the left of Charles Bridge by a narrow stream called Certovka (Devil's Brook),
is Kampa, a little island on the Vltava River. Washerwomen would gather here to wash their laundry using the ...
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