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Saint Vitus Cathedral

The facade of St. Vitus Cathedral
In Prague, the grand St. Vitus Cathedral is a wonder to see. Unfortunately it's lack of space outside makes it difficult to grab a good shot of the front of the building, so many have to settle for close-ups of the details.

Surprisingly, this facade was created in the 1920s by sculptor Vojtěch Sucharda. One would think it would have been a longer time ago.
Interior of St. Vitus Cathedral
The interior of St. Vitus Cathedral is a prime example of a truth Gothic church. Large, grand, and made to make the patron feel small compared to God.

While the stained-glass windows do illuminate, the cathedral was still quite dim. Seems like such a dark and menacing place to celebrate faith.
Interior of St. Vitus Cathedral Prague  Czech Republic

Gargoyle on St. Vitus Cathedral
Due to how difficult it is to get a full shot of the front of St. Vitus Cathedral, your best bet is to grab some of the smaller details, like this gargoyle.
Gargoyle on St. Vitus Cathedral Prague  Czech Republic

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