This small chapel sits in the shadow of St Vitus but is nearly as old being founded in 921. It current facade is Baroque adn the chapel houses the remains of St. Ludmilla.
This is the oldest church here. It was founded in 920, but reconstructed in the 10th and 12th centuries.
It now serves as a concert hall.
It is conssidered to be Prague's most famous Romanesque church. Inside you can find a fine collection of old Bohemian art.
This is a Romanesque church where St. Ludmila, St. Wencelas' mother, is buried. The next door convent includes the National Gallery's Collection of Old Masters with Czech paintings.
St. George's basilica is one of the oldest churches in Prague. It lies within the walls of Prague Castle across a courtyard from St. Vitus' Cathedral.
This is one of Prague's oldest buildings and every evening it turns into a venue for a chamber orchestra.
Just one of the many beautiful stained glass windows.
The church has contained the relics
of the Premyslid Princes and family members.
I couldn't really remember where I took this photo. It could well be inside the St. George Church as well.
It looks like the wall. Anybody can provide more infos to me ?