Cathédrale Saint-Guy

Cathédrale Saint-Guy

III. nádvoří 48/2, 119 01 Praha 1, République tchèque

http://www.katedralasvatehovita.cz/
+420224372434
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La Passion des Chateaux

La Passion des Chateaux

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Camille Di Fiore

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Manon Suène Pradier

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Les vitraux de Mucha sont à couper le souffle

@justine.dobelmann

This cathedral stands in the keep of Prague and is one of the biggest and most important churches of the city

@evi.kenens

Le tombeau d'argent est à l'intérieur

@vincent52f

BYE BYE PRAGUE !! | REPUBLIQUE TCHÈQUE | (VLOG #8) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hlYWKKXgbI

@fandejulesenasie

monter en haut de la tour gratuit avec Prague card

@dystopique

Commandez le guide ici : https://bit.ly/2M3FPAD

@stephanie.de

+ grande et + importante église de Prague

@manonmatias

UNESCO World Heritage As the site of the coronation and interment of Bohemia's monarchs, the Cathedral of St. Vitus is not only the largest church in Prague, but also the most important. The origins of the cathedral go back to 925 when Duke Wenceslas I (Václav) built a church to house a holy relic- the Arm of St. Vitus-given him by the Holy Roman Emperor. Although there was an expansion of the church in 1060, it was not until 1344 that work began on the great Gothic edifice we see today. The building was laid down in the French Gothic style by Matthias of Arras, but after his death in 1352 work continued under the supervision of the German architect Peter Parler and his family workshop. Parler was a great innovator, and the vaults in St. Vitus's ceiling are masterpieces of Gothic construction. Of particular interest is the chapel of St. Wenceslas, where the relics of the saint — who was martyred introducing Christianity to Bohemia — are kept. The chapel is magnificently decorated with semiprecious stones and includes scenes from the Passion of Christ and St. Wenceslas's life. Despite the efforts of Matthias and the Parlers, the cathedral was far from complete, however, and apart from some Renaissance and Baroque additions it remained in its unfinished state until the nineteenth century. In 1844, the Union for the Completion of the Cathedral of St. Vitus was formed with the aim of finishing the cathedral in Gothic style and removing non-Gothic decorations. The process was slow and it was not until 1929 that the cathedral was complete-nearly 600 years after work began. Inside the cathedral are 22 side chapels, including the richly decorated Chapel of St. Wenceslas. The twentieth-century stained glass in the nave is also particularly striking. The chancel and crypt contain many royal tombs and sarcophagi.

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