Overlooking Peace Square, this imposing neo Gothic church, built from 1888 to 1893, is gorgeous with its massive twin towers pointed towards the heavens. The exterior of this neo Gothic church is impressive, but the interior is simply stunning, with its multi colored walls painted with bright reds, vivid teals and lovely golden decorations. The interior bears a colorful resemblance to the great basilica of St. Mary in Krakow, Poland. Famous artists and sculptors of the time were commissioned to work on the exterior and the interior of this gem, including Josef Vaclav Myslbek, known for his equestrian sculpture of St. Wenceslas on Wenceslas Square.
Address: náměstí Míru, Praha 2.
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