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The church is unusual and architecturally interesting to say the least. The city square in which it is located is fun and filled with people and life and surrounded by shops and cafes and small restaurants and stores of all types. It is really a...More
Interesting church with a somewhat unusual design coming from the early thirties. Somewhat unique experience with a unique majestic altar. The organ sound is not a very musical. But it is a somewhat memorable expeirence.
Very different style of church with a huge clock.
We saw Noah’s ark in the style. Quick peek at the interior from the door… nothing special could be seen. Seems to be open only during mess. Pass.
Our apartment was closed by and access to...More
As you exit the metro stop Jiriho Z Podebrad this wonderful church looks big and bold across the park and I must say it's one seriously impressive structure.
The architecture to me looks brutalist,communist style architecture and when I first viewed it many years ago...More
We didn't go in, we just admired it from all angles from the square.
What an incredible building and what an enormous clock. I've seen quite a lot of churches and I have never seen something quite like that.
The square itself is pretty and...More
The church is nice. The clock is the coolest part. I didn't go inside or anything. It's surrounded by a nice park. That's where I hung out for a couple of hours. There is a farmers market there if you go on the right day.
This is a modern looking church, so don't compare it to all the old churches in the old town area.
Honestly, this isn't in my original list to-visit... I coupled it with the visit to the TV tower.
When I arrived, the church is closed......More
This is kind of an exception when we talk about churches in Prague. Most are traditional and classic, while this one looks so modern. Like many people, I found it on my way to the Zizkov Tower. As you get out of the subway station,...More
Compared to the medieval heart of Prague, this neighborhood standing on former vineyards developed very quickly in the first decades of the 19th century. Today, it is the place where everyone wants to live, and those who do, are proud of it. With its amazing parks, classicist houses, terrace cafés, artsy bars, cozy restaurants, markets, and vintage and trendy shops, it is a home for people from all around the
world. This area blends expats, families, bohemian students and Prague’s hip community. It is a great place for breakfast in the morning, the best lunch places and a buzzing night life. After sundown, stroll down to Vršovice, the new center of the hipster, alternative and gay scenes in Prague.