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St Stephen's Cathedral

Dome Square, Litomerice, Czech Republic
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Beautiful Church with incredible artifacts

You cannot miss this church as the steeple is large and impressive. There is a small charge to... read more

Reviewed July 8, 2017
Bill B
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Pueblo, Colorado
A great landmark

Perhaps it was because of the time of the years (a sunny freezing day in January), but I loved the... read more

Reviewed February 15, 2017
Přemysl P
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Jul 8, 2017
“Beautiful Church with incredible artifacts”
Feb 15, 2017
“A great landmark”
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Dome Square, Litomerice, Czech Republic
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Reviewed July 8, 2017

You cannot miss this church as the steeple is large and impressive. There is a small charge to enter but it is well worth the small price. There is ample parking right next to the church...inside the walls. There are no pictures allowed inside the...More

Thank Bill B
Reviewed February 15, 2017

Perhaps it was because of the time of the years (a sunny freezing day in January), but I loved the tranquillity of the place. The cathedral is great both seen from far away or up close. I just walked around and enjoyed the Dome quarter,...More

Thank Přemysl P
Reviewed June 13, 2016

This cathedral was built in the 18th century in baroque style. The tower was built a bit later in the 19th century. The tower is 65 metres tall and was open to public in 2010. The entry is 50 Kc for adults and the views...More

Thank Janulik
Reviewed January 18, 2012

Unfortunately, the cathedral was closed when we were there. Looking through the windows in the door and the outside was fascinating if you like buildings. There is a bit of mixture of styles from other places yet it comes together to present a magnificent 'center...More

Thank whereisliz
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