I have been to a lot of churches, this one is one of the best for its architecture and design. spend some time in it and enjoy.
This church is very different, Baroque style and has gold everywhere! The staff are very nice and it's not crowded. You may also sit in the pews, pray and relax in the awe of the painted ceilings, hand carved confessionals. Small entrance fee, worth it!
It is beautifully dimensioned in protestant spirit. Its location is so central that one cannot miss it and a short visit is definitely recommended. Nice contrast vs. the amplitude of Tyn, St Vitus and St Jacob.
Another lovely building, do take in as many of the sights as you can, this City is well worth a visit as there are lots of lovely stores and bars etc...and the usual Irish Bar in the Old Square that did a fabulous Beef Goulash!!! and even a Guinness or two!! A little note, take sturdy footwear as most of... More
Nice building with a tall bell tower which is very difficult to climb using the narrow spiraling staircase. It was dark and dingy which made the experience unpleasant. Though the 360 degrees view from the top was nice. This church is avoidable if you have seen a lot of churches. Though the place is peaceful and quite.
We decided to head over to this church and were not disappointed. It is not as large as other churches, but the main chandelier (shaped like a royal crown) is breathtaking. The history of the church and its congregation was interesting to read too.
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