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This lovely church was built to replace a burnt down church in 1517 and finished in 1538. The main features are the three wooden altars which were carved by Jeronym Kohl in 1701-1706. A lady told us the altars were supposed to be covered in...More
as regard axternal design absolutely unique around the world, great look from the tower, unfortunately back part behind the church closed, the same pays for inner space which you can see through the glass door , sporadically open when a worship
This is the most beautiful historical architecture in Louny. The church has the largest wooden altar in central Europe and it's beautifully carved. Go to the church tower to have a nice view of the city.
Nice, beautiful church. Especially the wood-carved altar is remarkable. Overall, the church gives a very dark atmosphere. The tower was closed for reconstruction, so I couldn't go up there. Apart from that, a church like any other in the Czech countryside.
This is without a doubt the most prominent building in the city. There is a beautiful baroque altar inside. You can access the tower for some ridiculous fee (20 kč, 10 kč - reduced) and if the weather is good there are lovely views on...More
This late Gothic church with rather unusual pyramid-shaped turrets has also interesting interior dominate by very unusual wood-carved main altar. The tower (entry fee of 20Kc, some £0.80) is certainly well worth visiting. Going up the winding stairwell you pass the the belfry and then...More