St. Vitus Cathedral

I can’t seem to get enough of Gothic-style architecture—especially cathedrals. The St. Vitus Cathedral within Prague Castle is no exception. This cathedral is actually an amalgamation of 3 separate religious buildings: a Romanesque Rotunda built in 930, a Romanesque Basilica built in 1060, and then a Gothic Cathedral that started building in 1344 and basically took 200+ years to finish. What a feast of the eyes. The best part of this cathedral is the colors that cast on the floor from the stained glass windows. I hope you enjoy my photos from St Vitus Cathedral in Prague, Czech Republic.