St. Vitus Cathedral

Location: Prague, Czech Republic

Architect: Peter Parler

Year Completed: 1929

St.Vitus Cathedral is the biggest and most important church in the Czech Republic. Construction on the current St.Vitus Cathedral building began in 1344 and was not completed until the 20th century. Interestingly enough, the church is also the location of the tombstones of its two architects, Mathias d'Arras and Peter Parler, who died in the 14th century.

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