"St. Vitus Cathedral - Tomb of St. John Nepomuk" St. Vitus' Cathedral Tip by yooperprof
St. Vitus' Cathedral, Prague: 328 reviews and 578 photos
Designed by the the 18th century Viennese artist/architect Johann Fischer von Erlach (the younger), this tomb for one of Prague's beloved native saints (who actually died in the 1300s) was created from 3700 pounds of solid silver. What an amazing thing! I've never seen anything like it.
Address: St. Vitus Cathedral, behind the altar
Directions: Prague Castle
Phone: +420 224 373 368
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