Church of St Vitus

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Cultural-Historical, Monument, Religious

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The church, designed in 1340 by the German architect Linhart of Aldenberk, underwent a significant restoration at the turn of the 15th century. The most arresting feature, reminiscent of the Cathedral of Prague, is its octagonal neo-Gothic bell tower and looming spire.

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