The Loretta Church is located in the old city. The large building will not ignore her. The plants in front are very beautiful. When I arrived in the afternoon, I did not enter the church to visit. I visited many churches in this line. There was an English guide next to it. Visit other famous sights in the old city.
Wherever I go in the old city, the architecture is so beautiful, it’s not usually seen~
I was tired from walking all the way, and I didn’t go in again. In most churches in Germany, it’s free to visit. If you need to buy a ticket, you will lose the enthusiasm. International acquaintances, the tour guide finished explaining at the door, and left!
Not very famous church, the baroque round dome is a golden roof. This set is small and very quiet. There are many local people praying. You can see the roof from a distance.
This was surprisingly not too crowded. Great history. As you walk around, be sure to notice the pictures of the various Saints and the description of how they became a saint.
This religious and historic monument from the 17th century is definitely worth a visit (and worth paying a fee for taking photographs). There were very few people during our visit (late afternoon) and it was nice to enjoy the site in quiet and serene atmosphere. The centerpiece of the complex, lavishly decorated with reliefs and stucco figures on the outside, is Santa Casa – a copy of the Virgin Mary’s house from Italian town of Loreto. The most impressive and valuable religious treasure (stored in a vault with heavy security) is gold-plated, diamond encrusted monstrance. The interior of the church has many interesting statues and decorations (like a bearded woman on a cross). The chapel is known for its carillon with 30 bells that ring every hour.
Preston_Dominguez: Loretanske nam 7, Prague 118 00, Czech Republic
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Charles Bridge,Prague Castle,St. Vitus Cathedral,Vltava,Golden Lane