Prague, Czech Republic
Hradcany - Cathedral Of St Vitus On The Prague Castle
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Cathedral of St Vitus in the Prague castle - the monumental Gothic church and coronation cathedral of the Bohemian sovereigns, and the main of the Prague Roman - Catholic arcidiocese. The Gothic buildings was founded in 1344 by Charles IV.
Architect and cathedral master-builder: Matthew of Arras
Prague castle and cathedral of St Vitus - Hradcany - a spacious residential and stronghold area dominantly located above the town, founded about the year 880. Residence of the Bohemian princes and kings, after 1918 of the Presidents of the republic.
Prague, Czech republic, Europe.
May 8th, 2013
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