St. Vitus Cathedral At Prague Castle

July 19, 2016
contest: Architectural Photography VIPA 2016
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A view from south: the main tower and the Golden Gate from the St. Vitus Cathedral. This cathedral situated at the Prague Castle is a majestic Gothic masterpiece which took centuries to finish. It is a symbol of pride for the Czech Republic, not only because of its grandiose and stunning architecture but also because of the amount of time and work it required to become the breathtaking building it is today. It was founded in 930 by Wenceslaus I, Duke of Bohemia as an early Romanesque rotunda. The present-day Gothic Cathedral was founded on 21 November 1344 and it wa finished in 1929. The Great South Tower of the Cathedral is extremely tall (more than 90 metres, or 287 steps) and provides the most spectacular views of the city. Not to miss while visiting Prague!

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Tatsiana Tsyhanova   10!
January 26, 2017 10:52:39 AM UTC
The castle of Ravadinovo   Браво !
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