František Maxmilián Kaňka

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Clementinum Astronomical Tower

František Maxmilián Kaňka (9 August 1674 – 14 July 1766, both in Prague) was a Czech architect and builder.

He is most famous for reconstructions of palaces and castles of Bohemian noblemen and for designs of churches and other religious buildings, principally in Baroque style. His work includes:

St. John Nepomuk Church, Kutná Hora

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