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What to See - Gothic

Information about historic monuments, museums and other sights and places definitely worth seeing in Prague

St Vitus Cathedral

The seat of the Prague Archbishopric, St Vitus Cathedral is the city’s most important Gothic building, located in the middle of the Prague Castle complex. Built over several centuries, it contains many artistic treasures.

Church of Our Lady before Týn

The sacred centre of the Old Town... The Church of Our Lady before Týn is among the most beautiful Gothic buildings in Prague. It is the ...

Old New Synagogue

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Old Royal Palace

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Old Town Hall

A vibrant symbol of the Old Town... It is as though the history of the whole of Prague’s Old Town was concentrated in the fate of the Old ...

Pinkas Synagogue

The Pinkas Synagogue is a part of the Jewish Museum in Prague and from the middle of the last century, it has served as a memorial to the ...

New Town Hall

Gothic stage of dramatic history... The New Town Hall was built between the 14th and 15th centuries as the centre of political power of the ...

Jan Palach Square

Jana Palacha Square (náměstí Jana Palacha) is the embodiment of harmonious urbanistic ideals of the second half of the 19th century. The ...