St. Vitus Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in the Prague Castle complex. It is the largest and, arguably, the most important church in the Czech Republic and is visited by thousands of tourists every year.
The cathedral was built in Gothic style and remains a magnificent example of Gothic architecture to this day. In fact, St. Vitus Cathedral is said to have had a strong influence on the development of the Late Gothic style which is characteristic in Central Europe. St. Vitus Cathedral is also known for containing the tombs of various Holy Roman Emperors and Bohemian kings.
The striking silhouette of St. Vitus Cathedral appears in countless photographs and paintings of Prague and people travel from all over the world just to visit it. In this post, we will be featuring a series of photographs which show the immense detail beauty of the famous landmark.
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