Church of Sts Peter & Paul
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The restored Gothic cellars that once lay beneath Charles IV’s palace (now gone) house an exhibition dedicated to the history and legend...
Brick Gate & Casements
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This relaxed beer garden and cafe is the perfect place to cool off under the trees. You’ll find it just on the edge of the sculpture...
Located opposite the Church of Sts Peter & Paul, this is an attractive modern restaurant set in an ancient building. There’s an...
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Church of Sts Peter & Paul information
The Church of Sts Peter & Paul has been built and rebuilt over the centuries, culminating in a neo-Gothic work-over by Josef Mocker in the 1880s. The twin steeples, a distinctive feature of the Vyšehrad skyline, were added in 1903. The interior is a swirling acid trip of colourful art-nouveau frescoes, painted in the 1920s by various Czech artists.