The interior of this 13th century church is impressive, specially if you like Baroque ornamentation, but the real reason to visit is for their classical concerts. We stumbled upon an hour long program of songs by Bach, Dvorak, and Mozart to name a few, played by a violinist and organist. The ambiance alone is worth it, but bear in mind that the church is not heated (even if they advertise that it is). Blankets were available, but it was still quite cold. Nevertheless, it's definitely worth braving the cold for an hour. One of my most memorable experiences in Prague.
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