Wednesday, March 23, 2011

St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague Czech Republic

Let's go travel again in Europe. I am trying to remember our trip to Prague, Czech Republic last three years ago. It was a very short trip but at least we were able to see a lot in this city. Prague is the capital and largest city of Czech Republic.

One of the sights we visited was the Cathedral of St. Vitus. It is a Roman Roman Catholic cathedral and has an excellent example of Gothic architecture. It is located within Prague castle. Its full name is St. Vitus, St. Wenceslas and St. Adalbert Cathedral. The present day Gothic Cathedral was founded on 21st of November, 1344, when the Prague bishopric was raised to an archbishopric.

St. Vitus Cathedral is situated entirely within the Prague Castle complex.
This was taken during our trip last September 2008.

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