Monday, September 19, 2016

Prague Castle - St. Vitus's Cathedral

Work on St. Vitus's Cathedral started in 1344 and took another 600 years to finish. It contains the tomb of "Good King" Wenceslas and a fabulous Alfons Mucha window. There was a wedding starting, too, for extra fun - we didn't see the groom, but there was a groomsman holding the bouguet and the bride being photographed:

And this is just the rear of the Cathedral!

Interior elements of the Cathedral

And fabulous glass, stained and not...

 Artist Alfons Mucha's window:

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