Czech Republic Hlavní město Praha Praha
St. Vitus Cathedral
Gothic architectural masterpiece and spiritual symbol of the Czech state, featuring spires, stained glass, and the Crown Jewels.
- 48/2 III. nádvoří
- 224 372 434
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This is the biggest and most important religious structure in Prague and was once used for the coronations of kings and queens. There has been a religious structure on this site since 925, but the current cathedral’s origins began in 1344 with construction ordered by Charles IV.
travelfreak 4 years ago
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St. Vitus Cathedral Guides
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