This view is from Astronomical Tower of Klementinum.
I must say I like more the usual view from Old-Town Square, neveretheless it's clear which cathedral dominates the Old Town of Prague.
This is the Týn Church of Prague dated back to the 14th century and located in the old town, actually just by the old town square.
The Church of Our Lady Before Tyn - the two gothic towers supposedly represent Adam and Eve. Adam, on the right, shields Eve from the midday sun.
A Beautiful Gothic Church with twin spires.
It seems to dominate the Old Town Square.
It is actually located behind two houses and you enter it through a passage
The south portal of the Church of Our Lady Before Týn shows a fine fronton amidst a rather austere architecture. This is but one of many beautiful artistic styles to be seen in Prague.
The Old Lady of Tyn in the main square. The square is really nice, and should be a stop for anyone travelling in the city.
The Tyn Church, visible from the Old town square.
This looks like it should be in a dracula movie,you could imagine bats flying around the towers, especially when you see the ravens from a distance.
The Gothic Tyn Church's twin towers, among the city's best-known landmarks, stick up spikily behind the houses east of Old Town Square. Inside are some fascinating tombs.
Second only to St. Vitus's Cathedral, it is the most remarkable Gothic church with a Baroque interior in Prague. Contains the tomb of Tycho de Brahe, the famous astronomer.
This church is across the square from the clock, but what is odd is that it is hidden behind other buildings. The two times I was in Prague it was under renovation so I've never seen inside.
This is another picture of the Old Town Square with a better view of the Church of Our Lady before Tyn.