You can’t miss St Catherine Church on the upper side of Prague’s New Town, because of its wonderful Gothic steeple, known because of its shape, as the “Prague Minaret”.
The church, which stands in the huge gardens of a former convent, dates back to 1354. In the 16th century the convent became an Augustinian monastery. In 1737 the church was reconstructed in the Baroque style, but the Gothic tower was kept and cunningly integrated into the new façade.
Once considered the most... view more