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St. Nicholas Church

Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic
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Owner description: Located on the corner of one of Europe's largest squares, this magnificent cathedral features a 72-meter-high bell tower that offers magnificent views... more » Owner description: Located on the corner of one of Europe's largest squares, this magnificent cathedral features a 72-meter-high bell tower that offers magnificent views of the Bohemian Forest and Alps. « less
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Ancona, Italy
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 27, 2014

This is in fact Ceske Budejovice Cathedral, and it's very big. You don't notice the size until you go in, because outside there's no square in front of it, and because it stands right next to the Black Tower - in the tower's shadow as it were. The interior's lovely. Tall, airy and light, with a huge, dramatic painting of... More

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Olen, Belgium
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed September 18, 2012

When we visited the chuch was under renovation and emptied out, so we could only admire its exterior. Together with the city named anno 1297. Rebuilt after a fire in late-Gothic style 1518-1535. The church burned down again in the 17th century, 22 december 1649 its reconstruction was completed in its current Baroque appearance. In its facade three statues: St.... More

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Koper
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed April 10, 2011

We entered just because it was right in front of us on our way around the square and I think it is worth seeing, even if I am not the best person for judging, because I dont really like churches..but why not to enter it and have a look if is it standing in front of you :) I bealive... More

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