The building is magnificent and worth a visit. And entering the church is also free to visit, as long as you don't disturb the prayer people. When I went, it was early spring, and I felt awe-inspiring.
This church was built between 1733 and 1766. It was designed by the most famous Czech designer at the time. His blue roof and white wall style became the most beautiful baroque building in the area, which was pretty good.
The spa town of Karlovy Vary is very convenient to visit. The various hot spring corridors are quite concentrated, and you can see all kinds of bold European buildings.
Among them, the Church of Mary is very eye-catching. Especially at night, the eyes are full of magnificent buildings, and the church with white walls and green roofs suddenly appears to be fresh and sacred.
The Church of Mary is on the edge of the hot springs cloister, if you want to go in, you need to climb a small slope. The slightly higher terrain makes this Baroque building more eye-catching. Although not so magnificent, it is very impressive.
The Maria Church in Karlovy Vary is located not far from the Vajdiló Hot Springs and was built in 1732 by the famous Czech Baroque architect Dinzenhofer. The blue roof and white walls are the most beautiful Baroque architecture in the area. The Church of Mary is a Catholic church enshrining two statues of the Virgin.
To the east of the square is St. Mary Church, whose bell tower has trumpets blowing every hour. Too much aesthetic fatigue
It’s very close to several other attractions, just a short walk away, it’s a beautiful baroque church building with two towers, enshrining two statues of the Virgin, it’s a beautiful place, it’s magnificent, you can take a look when you have time