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Reviewed 1 week ago

Turn left at the northern end of Wenceslas Square, leave the crowds behind, and visit what appears to be a small church. Begun in the 14th century with the intention that it should be a significant church, building was halted, leaving an amazing high vault...More

Thank JudetheObscured
Reviewed 1 week ago

Just off the northern end Wenceslas Square is this overlooked Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady of the Snows. It’s a beautiful church noted for how tall it is. The height of the church is truly impressive at 34 meters – higher than St. Vitus...More

Thank Quill2005
Reviewed 7 October 2018 via mobile

Our walking tour guide showed us many off the beaten path sights including this impressive church and surrounding gardens in the back.

Thank creativecrew
Reviewed 26 August 2018

This church was never completed, and the present structure is only the chancel of what was intended to be the second largest church in the city of Prague. It was established to commemorate the coronation of King Charles IV, but construction was halted by the...More

Thank LuluA7147
Reviewed 17 August 2018

You really need a full week just to see half of the amazing churches and cathedrals in Prague, every turn we took we seemed to stumble upon another hidden gem. The alter is the main draw at Our Lady of the Snows, pictures do not...More

Thank BreezeRidge3
Reviewed 27 July 2018

If you like church, there are plenty to visit in Prague. The church of Our Lady of the Snows (Czech: Panny Marie Sněžné) is one of them. The church is located near Jungmann Square (shopping and commercial area of the city. Based on the information...More

Thank Prawet J
Reviewed 19 July 2018

a very imposing building. it was the first part of a massive structure, meant to be a small part of the intended complex. Sadly it was the only part to be built. That said, it is imposing in its scale. If you are at Wenceslas...More

Thank gordong997
Reviewed 12 June 2018 via mobile

Surprising Gothic building flooded with light that highlight a Baroque interior. The entrance leads to a courtyard before you can enter the church proper.

Thank CJB1603
Reviewed 3 June 2018 via mobile

Came upon this beautiful church with an outdoor beer hall right next-door (U Pinkasa - ask to sit near the church or come in through the archway). It was a great place for an afternoon stop over, beer or glass of wine, and a quick...More

Thank Jeffrey A
Reviewed 23 May 2018

We decided to visit Our Lady of the Snows because the church had a Catholic Mass at 6 PM on Saturday, giving us the opportunity not only to see this beautiful church which was founded in 1347, but to experience a Mass in the Czech...More

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square watches over your spending spree in countless
shops and retail stores lining the entire square,
which ends at Na Příkopě, the most famous shopping
street. When tired or broke, you can explore the
city's underpasses, which can take you to the Old Town
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Cynthia F
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No idea. The church had a LOT of Masonic symbology in it. You’d need to ask a Mason.
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