Rotunda of the Holy Cross
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Rotunda of the Holy Cross information
This tiny Romanesque rotunda is one of Prague’s oldest buildings, starting out as a parish church in about 1100. Saved from demolition and restored in the 1860s by a collective of Czech artists, it still has the remnants of some 600-year-old wall frescoes, though you will have to attend Mass to see them.