The construction of St. Nicholas Church was finished in 1756 and it is truly one of the most magnificent baroque buildings in ... More
St. Nicholas Church
The construction of St. Nicholas Church was finished in 1756 and it is truly one of the most magnificent baroque buildings in Prague. It features a dominant cupola and bell tower, as well as one of the largest paintings in Europe in the nave, which depicts St. Nicholas in various guises. 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 ...
Prague's main thoroughfare is more of a sloping boulevard than a square, with a central concourse flanked by two roadways.
The hub of cultural, social and business activity with its many shops, hotels, bars and restaurants, it is busy ...
Rising from the Old Town side of Charles Bridge, this Gothic, pointy tipped structure (built in 1373) is flanked by
sculptures of St. Vitus and Charles IV. It is open to the public and offers excellent views of the ...