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A Forest Of Spires - St Vitus Cathedral Prague
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© Christine Till - CT-Graphics
Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is a textbook of historical styles: a Romanesque rotunda, a Gothic cathedral, a constellation of Baroque churches and palaces, a Renaissance summer palace, whole districts with histoicizing �neo-styles: neo-Gothic, neo-Renaissance, neo-Baroque, neo-Classic,� Art Nouveau cafes, unfunctional pebble-stone streets and as yet undigested, isolated postmodern structure such as �Dancing Building-Gunger and Fred Building� by Frank O. Gehry and Vlado Milinic.
St. Vitus (Katedr� svat� V�) is the iconic centerpiece of Prague Castle Hradcany.
Its Gothic architecture is a masterpiece of architecture, engineering and art and is The Highlight of men's stone-masonry. High and loft, slim and towering, tall with pointed arches and pinnacles, rich and decorated, majestic and awe inspiring, full of light and details - this Gothic masterpiece is a work of art and great beauty.
May 14th, 2012
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