Inside the St Vitus Cathedral

Unfortunately, recently I haven’t had enough time to write “proper”, full-length posts. Despite that I don’t want to abandon the blog for too long, so I try to keep publishing at least shorter, photo-based posts.  

Continuing from the last three Prague-themed posts (read here, here and here), this one features a few photos of the iconic St Vitus cathedral (katedrála sv. Víta in Czech).

The Gothic interior in the main nave is pretty and clean, decorated merely by statues and stained-glass windows.

The front of the cathedral with a portal adorning the entrance is also typically Gothic.

Portal and the view up the St Vitus cathedral in Prague

For more photos of the cathedral check the following two posts:

For more information about the cathedral visit https://www.katedralasvatehovita.cz/en.

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