Sunday Single – St Vitus Cathedral, Prague

Sunday Single – St Vitus Cathedral, Prague

St Vitus Cathedral, Prague

St. Vitus Cathedral, the spiritual symbol of the Czech Republic, dominates the Prague skyline. Though commissioned in 1344 by Charles IV it took almost six centuries to complete, the final phase of construction lasting for more than fifty years was finished in 1929. St Vitus was the site of many coronations of Czech kings and queens, many of whom are interned in and under this magnificent edifice.

Ron Mayhew

Fine Art Photographer specializing in Still Life and Commercial Photography.

This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Wow, nice.

    1. Thank you Judy and thanks for visiting.

    1. St Vitus is spectacular and rivals Notre Dame in Paris in my opinion. Thanks Sylvia.

  2. Great contrast and the B&W really captures the power this place exudes.

    1. Sometimes images speak to me in B&W, as this one did. Thanks, Randall.

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