Churches and other religious objects are decoration of every big city, and Prague isn’t exception. The Prague is abundant with many religious objects of many different religions.
This big city is a home to Catholics, Orthodox, Jewish, Muslims and other members of other religions.

The religious history of Prague is really abundant, and if you are interested in research of different religious customs, artifacts and places, you will not be disappointed, as a matter of fact, you will fully meet your curiosity for religious content.

Some of the religious objects are for sure biggest tourist attractions in Prague.

Our recommendation is to check from outside and inside, famous Cathedral of St. Vitus and synagogues which are telling heartbreaking and interesting stories. There is also an Orthodox Basilica of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, mosque, and many others.
In any case, we trust that you will find that you are looking for and maybe something that fills you spiritually.

Cathedral of St. Vitus

Cathedral of St VitusCathedral of St. Vitus is one of biggest cathedrals in Europe and it dominates within the walls of the Hradschin Castle, on the left coast of Vltava river, and its tower can be seen from every point in Prague.

Church of Our Lady Before Tyn

Church of Our Lady before Tyn
This is a goth-influenced church with a baroque interior. Church of Our Lady Before Tyn is located in the very center of the Old Square in Old town and it dominates this square with its twin towers.

St. Nicholas Church

St. Nicholas ChurchThis church is located in the heart of the Lesser side and it dominates the central square.
Its magnificent tower and dome will make you feel like stepping into a fairytale.

St. George’s Basilica

St. George's BasilicaSt. George’s Basilica is the oldest religious object in Prague and it is located within the Prague castle.
Today this basilica is a part of National gallery and it owns different collections of Czech art.


Used to be Jewish ghetto, a part of a city that was inhabited by the Jewish community for 800 years, today is a monument of culture and suffering of Jewish people.

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