Located just up from the Lesser Tower of Charles Bridge is this huge cathedral. There was row upon row of pews and ornate carvings and gold work everywhere. The ceiling was completely covered in painted frescoes of religious scenes. There was an ornate altar at the front and above it the cupola. Yes it was pretty, but we are not artistic enough to say it was one of the best in Europe.
Headed upstairs for the gallery. This gave us some more views overlooking the church and towards the organ pipes.
Next door and accessed via a separate entrance is the Bell Tower which you can climb for views of the city and of the exterior of the church's cupola.
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