St Thomas' Church, Prague

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St Thomas' Church, Prague

Saint Thomas Church (Czech: Kostel svatého Tomáše) is an Augustinian church in Malá Strana, Prague, Czech Republic. The address is at Josefská 8.[1] The church was rebuilt in the 1720s in baroque style, and features a dome on top of the nave and a bell tower topped with slender spire on the front facade of this religious structure.[2]

The church is easily recognisable in the Prague skyline. Saint Thomas' Church stands within the vicinity of both Saint Nicholas' Church and the Castle of Prague.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Website
  2. ^ The Rough Guide to Prague p68 Rob Humphreys, Tim Nollen - 2002 "Better preserved is the neighbouring priory church of sv Tomas (St Thomas), rebuilt by Kilian Ignaz Dientzenhofer's in the 1720s. The rich burghers of Mala Strana spared no expense, as is clear from the ornate interior "
The bell tower of Saint Thomas' Church, Prague

Coordinates: 50°5′19″N 14°24′21″E / 50.08861°N 14.40583°E / 50.08861; 14.40583