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Saint Peter and Paul Cathedral, Prague
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  • The Church is something outside is very nice. Should you look at. Have accidentally discovered the tomb of Smetana. On the way out we saw only that at the entrance of the cemetery ne table is, what are known graves on it and where to find them. Exceptionally times almost no people. Bike super to the reach.
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  • Outside of the most visited monuments, but no less interesting and impressive, this Cathedral is well worth a visit. Notably the cemetery located next the Church, home to famous Czechs. Special guided tour of the blockhouse inside which are some of the original statues of Charles Bridge. Vysehrad Hill probably is more enjoyable in spring as we are immersed in a park absolutely well maintained but of course a bit off in December.
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  • These stained glass Windows is not even in the Church "NOTRE-DAME", see photo, inside almost anyone-and it's great!
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  • The distinctive gothic exterior houses a wonderful interior. It was pretty quiet during my visit, which afforded me some time to reflect and and consider the content inside. Loved it.
  • Another "must see" of Prague. If you see it from bellow or opposite of the river, its just beautiful.
  • Quiet, beautiful, cozy church with unusal decoration
  • You can see beautiful view of Prague castle from the castle, nice place to visit
  • Despite exterior appearances, the decorated interior is really something. Its atmosphere is quite unique of the churches I've been to, and you can let your eyes wander for hours on the walls and ceiling. If you stick around for the bells, they are melodic and surprisingly light.