Beautiful light pours through the windows of St Vitus Cathedral, Prague Czech Republic. St Vitus Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral and is located within the Prague Castle complex. It was most recently the scene of the funeral of Vaclav Havel but also contains the tombs of many Bohemian kings and Holy Roman Emperors. The present day cathedral was founded in 1344 but it is the third of a series of religious buildings in this location dedicated to St Vitus since 925. This patron saint was chosen because Wenceslaus had acquired a hold relic---the arm of St Vitus---from Emperor Henry I.
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