St. Giles Church, Prague
Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
Take in the gold details and Romanesque columns of St. Giles Church, designed in the 1300s and displaying a combination of Baroque and Gothic architecture. Several famous religious figures have preached here since its construction and the renowned artist who painted the ceilings of the church is buried here. Visit the site and consider attending one of its well-known organ recitals. In addition to the excellent acoustics, the concerts provide a good opportunity to gain insight about the church, as the pastor often speaks about its historical and architectural significance before a performance. In a city known for its classical concerts, this site offers you a somewhat more affordable and personal musical experience. Note that the unheated church can get quite cold inside, particularly during winter months, so dress warmly. Put St. Giles Church and other Prague attractions into our Prague itinerary planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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We booked 2 tickets for a 1 hour concert at 8 pm. The interior lighting was very nice and atmospheric. Performance was very good. It was a mixture between string quartet and organ of which I like very... read more »
Vacker klocka men ack vad överreklamerat. Klockspelet i Goslar slår detta med hästlängder. Intill kyrkorna finns flera restauranger med bra utsikt över begivenheterna.Beautiful watch but oh what oversold. Watch the game in Goslar beats this with horse lengths. Next to churches, there are several restaurants with great views of the events.show original
Hidden gem of Prague! Beautiful interior worth visiting during the day. We caught a strings ensemble and organ concert and they were so talented. Very enjoyable. Recommend for a relaxing activity afte... read more »
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