Not sure how significant is this church, but the neighbourhood, where it is located is historically protected area. Strossmayer Square is an interesting place to visit, even without visiting the church. It is near Exhibition grounds, so it can be combined trip to see both.
Church of Saint Anthony of Paduan 1906 - 1914 (Kostel Svateho Anonina) on Strossmayer Square in Prague.
Replaced a small church of St. Kliment in today's Church Street. Architect František Mikš, student of Josef Mockr. The facade Cathedral of St. Anthony is decorated with statues of saints St. Anthony - church patron, St. Cyril and Methodius, which were created by the sculptor Štěpán Zálešák. Later they added statues of St. Wenceslas and St. Ludmila from sculptor Přítel.
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