St. Vitus's Cathedral, begun in 1344, is the largest and the most important church in Prague. The remains of provincial patron saints, sovereigns, noblemen, and archbishops are buried here.

 
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Family Review of Chrám sv. Vita (St. Vitus's Cathedral)

Away Travel Expert: Candyce H. Stapen
FamilyExpert Rating 3.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
Children aged 13 - 17
FamilyExpert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • School-age children and older will be intrigued by the St. Wenceslas chapel, its walls adorned with more than 1,300 gems
  • St. Wenceslas, a duke of Bohemia in the 900s, is the same Wenceslas of Christmas carol fame, so sing it with your children before visiting Prague or the chapel

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