Saint Nicholas church is the most beautiful baroque churches in Prague, standing in the town square, its magnificent grandeur dome, high tower, and indoor all the adornment of heavy and complicated is said is the baroque applies to the peak of apotheosis. Historical background of the early 18th century, the church built in the gothic church site with the same name, by the famous baroque architect Kry š tof Dientzenhofer responsible for building design, it completed the facade of the church, the atrium. Death by his son Kilian Ignac Dientzenhofer relay, completed the altar and amazing dome, then his son-in-law Anselmo Lurago bestowed the clock tower. Over three generations, spent more than a century to complete.
After having breakfast, our first stop was to officially visit the "Saint Nicholas (church)". The construction of the church and the status quo maintained are of high quality, because it is essentially an art gallery, and this church has no religious significance. More Is to visit and learn
The most beautiful Baroque church in Prague was built by the famous Bohemia architects Dientaenhofer and his sons over 15 years. The frescoes in the church are one of the most magnificent works in European churches. Mozart once played the organ here. After his death, the world's first mass to commemorate Mozart was also held here.
Seeing that A Gong, who we just walked out of there, is now facing us, and the Hennello Lifa Garden, which is independent of the deep mountains, embracing the Albayzin district against the backdrop of the snowy mountains further away Here, in the late sunset, my heart is full of gratitude and touch.
The exterior of the Church of St. Nicholas is extremely eye-catching, with a snow-white building with a bronze roof and pilasters decorated with ornate statues. The frescoes, exquisite decorations and sculptures inside the church are amazing.
Kostel Sv Mikulase ( St Nicholas Church ) is the beautiful Church that dominates the magnificent Malostranske Námestie ( Lesser Town Square ). Founded in 1704 with the church construction being com...
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