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I describe this as beautiful because of the colour of the brickwork, the round unusual shape and the decorated entrance door (see pic).
To add to this magical view is the watchtower above the main part of the fortress, the shape of the viewing area...More
Dates back to mid 10th century. I maybe off by one century, but it is supposedly the oldest building still standing intact in Prague .
If you have made it to Vysehrad, you should be able to find it easily...
With luck, one of these...More
I find it very reassuring that some things never change.. Many generations walked by here and hopefully many more will.
11th century Chapel! Worth seeing and admiring.
If you made it to Vysehrad, you can't miss it. Most likely you won't be able to get...More
I have always been impressed by the look of this very well preserved and maintained chapel .
It's a very eye catching building that dates from the 11 century.
We were in the area just wandering around taking in the sites of the area and...More
I came here on a Saturday morning but unfortunately this little chapel could only be viewed from the outside. Nice enough looking building, no doubt would be interesting to look inside if it were actually open.
An 11th century chapel situated in the heart of the Vysehard citadel, but not open during our visit to the area. However I understand it does open for religious services. Behind the chapel are stunning views from the citadel walls.
The largest and oldest preserved rotunda church in Prague- located in the mythical fortress of Vysehrad. It is normally closed, but opens for mass, times are posted on the door.
It is all in timing and if it is not open during your visit, there...More