Going out from the old palace, a red church leaps into view. It was built in 920 AD in St. George's Church, and the triangular threshold is St. George's relief, lifelike.
Founded in 920 AD by the Bohemian Grand Duke Vladislav I, and the second oldest Roman-style church in St. George in Prague. It is not very attractive and not very attractive, but the Prague Castle set bought The ticket contains this point, or you have to go in and visit. After entering the church, the light inside the church is dim, you can't turn on the flash, you have to adjust the ISO to the appropriate parameters, and then use your personal iron hand to take a few photos.
There are religious murals on the top of the church: "The Jerusalem of the Ceiling" and "The Virgin of the Virgin" are all famous works worth seeing, as well as some statues. In the end is the church founder Vladislav Duke, Boleslaw II buried in this coffin.
The whole castle is relatively small, walking to an attraction. St. George's Church is just behind the St. Vitus Church, which is said to be a long way from the history of St. Vitus Church. St. George's Church is small but has beautiful murals, and Vladislav and Boleslaw II are also buried. There are murals of various religious themes on the walls, mixed with some statues, and you can basically walk around in twenty minutes. The building is now used as a concert hall, and concerts are often held during the Prague Spring Festival.