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St. Vitus Cathedral (Prague Castle)

Třetí nádvoří Pražského hradu 48/2, Prague 1

Its soaring spires visible from all over Prague, the Gothic St. Vitus Cathedral is one of the most impressive cathedrals in Europe. Construction on the present building began in 1344 under the reign the Bohemian King and emperor of Holy Roman empire Charles IV. and was not completed until the 20th century. It’s the seat of the Archbishop of Prague and the place where saints, kings, princes and emperors of Bohemia are buried.


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Alfonso 65 points

The breathtaking, spectacular!


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Although I am not a Christian I always visit churches when I travel because I am interested in history and architecture. And I can say that the Gothic St. Vitus is one of the most impressive buildings in the world. The grandiose interior looks similar like in Notre Dame in Paris. It is even more interesting if you go inside with a guide who will explain the history. Just unpleasant is that you will be surrounded by crowd and noise. But anyway you must see it! Also exterior is fascinating and walking in Prague Castle´s aisles especially in the evening when there is less tourists is something really special.

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