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Iglesia
“Not so far away from the residence, you can find one of the historic monuments, which you can reach just in 5 minutes by walk. Dedicated to the patron saint of Bohemia, Procopius of Sázava, the three-aisled Neo-Gothic church, located at Sladkovského Square on Seifertova Street, was designed by Bohemian architects Josef Mocker (who completed St. Vitus Cathedral) and František Mikš. Its steeple dominates the skyline of Žižkov (along with the more-recently constructed Žižkov Television Tower). ”
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Iglesia
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Iglesia
“St. Martin in the Wall - Evangelical services every Sunday 10:30 - in German.”
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Iglesia
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Synagogue
“was financed by Mordechai Maisel, and it was finished in 1568, the same year as the Jewish Town Hall. Probably it was modelled after High Synagogue, Kraków which was built in 1556 in Poland”
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Iglesia
“Nice and modern church, many events take place there and you can visit a mass there in the morning. ”
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Iglesia
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Iglesia
“The Church of St. Simon and Jude was built between 1615 – 1620 at the place of an old Gothic chapel. In the 18th century it was then completely redecorated in the late Baroque style into appearance we can more or less see it in today. At that time the church was part of a hospital owned by the Order of the Czech Brothers of Mercy. Thanks to the church's fantastics acoustic it is a place where classical concerts take place very often. ”
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Iglesia
“As a German-speaking parish in Prague, we do not live on an island, but in many ways in relation to the Catholic Church of the Czech Republic. This was felt once again on the 10th of September when Fr. Martin Leitgöb and the head of the Sudeten German office in Prague, Peter Barton, traveled to Brno. The aim was the Plattenbauviertel Lesná in the north of the Moravian metropolis, where a new church is currently being built. This district has about 20,000 inhabitants, but the services were hitherto celebrated in the hall of a community center. The active pastor Pavel Hověz (pictured on the left) and his parish therefore initiated the construction of a church devoted to Blessed Restituta Kafka”
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