St. Vitus Cathedral, located in Prague Castle, is a classic Gothic architecture, with many tombs of Bohemian kings, and is the largest and most important church in Czech Republic. The cathedral is the place where emperors of all dynasties held coronation ceremonies. It has the reputation of architectural treasure and it has the pure gold crown, golden ball and token of Charles IV, king of Bohemia, between the Holy Roman empires of the 14th century. The top of the tower has the Renaissance-style bell tower. The bell tower is the most beautiful place overlooking Prague. It climbs 287 stairs in the cathedral tower and looks up the whole. Prague City.