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Sedlec Ossuary

Sedlec Ossuary

4.3/5136 Reviews
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The Church of St.Barbara

The Church of St.Barbara

4.3/554 Reviews
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St. Vitus Cathedral

St. Vitus Cathedral

4.7/5471 Reviews
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Church: Winter (November - March) Monday - Saturday 9:00-16:00, Sunday 12:00-16:00; Summer (April - October) Monday - Saturday 9:00 - 17:00, Sunday 12:00-17:00; stop 20 minutes before closing. Holiday time will change, please see the official website. (Local time)
St. Vitus Cathedral is located in the third atrium of Prague Castle. It was built in the 14th century and has been expanded three times in history. It was officially completed in 1929 and is an important landmark of Prague Castle. Here you can see the beautiful rose window, the south facade of the "Golden Gate", the South Tower overlooking Prague, the tomb of St. John of Nepomuk and the Václav Chapel. In addition, it is also the place where the royal family of Prague Castle was crowned and died after the death.
Kostel Nanebevzetí Panny Marie

Kostel Nanebevzetí Panny Marie

4/519 Reviews
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Wang Church

Wang Church

3/51 Reviews
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Church of Our Lady Before Tyn

Church of Our Lady Before Tyn

4.6/5196 Reviews
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St Nicholas Church

St Nicholas Church

4.1/531 Reviews
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Monday-Saturday 10:00-16:00, Sunday 12:00-16:00. (Local time)
 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.
St Nicholas Church

St Nicholas Church

4.5/590 Reviews
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St. George's Basilica

St. George's Basilica

4.1/596 Reviews
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Jewish Quarter

Jewish Quarter

4.2/545 Reviews
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Visit Joseph, the former Jewish quarter of Prague, to experience the heartbreaking history of the city. As early as 1096, Jews in the Czech Republic were isolated in poor, walled communities. Most of the buildings in this area were demolished at the turn of the century, while the rest were preserved by Nazi leaders as the future “a singular museum of genocide”. Today, you can visit the remaining six synagogues, cemeteries and the Jewish City Hall.