Walking on the streets of Prague, I always feel like a small town in a fairy tale, inadvertently turning back, or turning to the next intersection, I always find surprises. The Old Town Square is naturally the place with the most tourists, and the children who have summer vacations are having fun in the world of colorful bubbles. Continued from the Old Town Square, it is St. Nicholas Church, quietly listening to a prayer, the Old City may have her more original historical charm.
St. Nicholas Church is just around the corner of the Old Town Square. It is the representative of the Baroque architecture of the Czech capital, Prague City, and the most beautiful baroque church in the city.
Baroque architecture, the church is small but exquisite, and the ceiling of the church depicts the frescoes of St. Nicholas, the life of St. Benedict and the Old Testament story.
The large chandeliers in the church are also very beautiful, from the hands of top artists, all of them are extremely elaborate.
Make a point to stop by the St. Nicholas Church for a live organ presentation next time you are in Prague. Known as the most well known Baroque time church in the sort of whole nation, St. Nicholas Church was constructed all through the primary portion of the eighteenth century and has a ringer tower, extensive dome and a portion of the greatest artworks delineating St. Nicholas in all of Europe. Stop in for a lunch or night time presentation of some mainstream works of Mozart; he made a trip and played the congregation's organ once on a visit to Prague.