The St. Vitus Cathedral is a breathtaking cathedral which has become a symbol of Prague together with the Charles Bridge. It is built in magnificent gothic style and it is the seat of the Archbishop of Prague. Inside the Vitus Cathedral you can find the tombs of many Bohemian kings and this is the most important church in all of Czech Republic.
The cathedral in gothic style as we know it today was founded in 1344 as Prague turned into the seat of the archbishop. The church is 96,5 meters high and on the top you can find a lion decorated with gold. The Sigismund bell which can be found in the cathedral is the largest in all of Czech Republic.
Inside the St. Vitus Cathedral you can also find several tombs and the famous chapel of St. Wenceslas. This church is an absolute „most-see” if you stay for some hours or some days in Prague!
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