The Monastery of St. Agnes is named after the 13th century Bohemian princess named Agnes. Now the monastery has been abandoned for a long time. It is very empty and there is nothing. You can only imagine the religious grandeur of the year through the tall house. Now part of the monastery has been opened up as a museum to display works of art from the Bohemia region since the Middle Ages.
The location of the St. Agnes Monastery is not easy to find, it is best to use a mobile phone to locate a location. There is nothing to see in the monastery itself, it is all tall empty houses. The museum is worth seeing to see what the art of Bohemia was like before the Renaissance.
The monastery is close to the Jewish quarter, and also close to the Fltava River, in a small alley. The whole area of streets and alleys feels very old...like being in medieval Europe.
Walking to the north, St. Agnes Monastery, known as the oldest Gothic building in Prague, but we have not seen a Gothic structure for a long time and half a day. Only when we get across the river can we see that it belongs to my brother. Special feature... Inside is the Bohemia and Central European Art Exhibition belonging to the national gallery.
Now the monastery has been abandoned for a long time. It is empty and there is nothing. You can only imagine the religious grandeur of the year through the tall house.