The inner chapel of St. George’s Church can be seen in a very obvious Romanesque architectural style. The original stone partition walls, the intricate arches and windows, and the ancient paintings on the walls all silently tell the history and allusions of the church.
Compared to st vitus next door, this place feels underwhelming. On its own though, it's quite beautiful.
There is a church with twin towers behind the St. Vitus Cathedral. It is very peculiar because its front is red, which is completely different from the usual yellow or gray-black. This is the Bazilika svateho Jiri of St. George’s Church. The cornerstone and two steeples of the church have been preserved since the 10th century. They are the best-preserved ancient Romanesque buildings in the Czech Republic. It is also the second oldest church in Prague architecture. The church is red and white. There are two characteristic white steeples. Kind of antique taste, very beautiful. The church was built in 920 and was rebuilt after the fire in 1142. Finally, a baroque facade was added in the 17th century. Today the church is used as a concert hall. The exterior of St. George’s Church is very eye-catching. The brick-red facade is like magnified building blocks. The top triangle of the facade is carved with a lifelike relief of St. George the Dragon Slayer. The interior space of the church is relatively cramped. The mottled brick walls, the dilapidated canopy masterpieces-Jerusalem, the Coronation of the Virgin fresco, and the coffins of Vaclav and Boleslav II buried here, have become more vicissitudes and unique. Turning out of the Church of St. George, next to it is the first convent of Bohemia-St. George’s Convent (the two churches are connected). The church is small, simple and exquisite. It was a place where aristocratic ladies received education. Century was demolished and converted into a military barracks, now it is the National Gallery of Art. Due to limited time, I quickly passed by.
St. George’s Church is the best preserved Romanesque building in the Czech Republic.