Photo taken during my last trip to Prague. Another View:
* Created from 3 images with different EV, in Dynamic photo HDR Original from September 11, 2010
* Edited in Photoshop
St. Vitus Cathedral is the largest Church in Prague.
Founded in 1344 as a Gothic cathedral.
In the Temple are buried Czech kings and there are also imposed on the Czech crown jewels.
The temple area of the cathedral is 124 m long, 60 meters wide and 33 meters high.
On the picture is the main tower of the cathedral, which is 99.5 meters high.
On the first floor of the tower is the biggest bell in Bohemia called Sigmund. Is 2 m tall, diameter at 2.6 meters, weighs 17 tons. The bell was cast in 1548.
At the top of the tower is a gallery, which provides a unique view not only on the Cathedral and Prague Castle, but on the whole city..Next photo from my trip to the Capital city - Prague.
Prague - Malá Strana, Prague castle, Czech republicPhotos from around:
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