St. Vitus Church – Český Krumlov



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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21 thoughts on “St. Vitus Church – Český Krumlov

  1. Super photos of a rather incredible religious structure…lots of ornateness and gold! I've heard of the St. Vitus dance…is that related?

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  2. I alway like all your pictures but I force myself to find a favorite and sometimes this is very difficult. This time I was in doubt between the second and the last, but then I saw that the beautiful view of the inside of the church already had the pulpit, so be it! Great images!

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  3. Thank you for showing us the exterior with that little dusting of snow and then taking us inside for a tour of the incredibly elaborate interior.

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  4. Beautiful church! The organs are splendid – I can imagine the sound. Hope you enjoyed your visit in this lovely city despite the snow!!!
    Hugs
    joo

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  5. Oh…it's so beautiful! I love your pictures. I especially love the second picture. It looks like they don't want people to go to the altar though. I imagine there are a lot of people that visit this church just to see it more than pray in it.

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  6. Leia,you always find the most beautiful churches to show us.I laughed when I read your post on my blog I love sugar too and sometimes it's so hard to say no.One year I tried to give up sugar for lent and was that tough….Barb

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  7. Beautyful lines rich architecture.. It must be a great moment to listen to the organs playing in such a place!Impressive for the ones who don't pray, and inspiring for the one who do!
    Hugs!

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  8. What a beautiful church. Modern architects have forgotten how to design churches this beautiful.

    Were you able to hear the organ? It looks as if it is built in the baroque style like the organ at the parish «Louis» et Mme la Vache attend.

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  9. There are no churches like these in America that I know about. I like all your photographs.

    You asked me: Do you know guaraná? I have never tasted it.

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  10. Spectacular is the perfect word for this church! It's absolutely gorgeous. I love those columns and the pipe organ. I wish I could hear it!

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  11. I love the new look of your blog and your pictures are excellent. I wish that Vicki and I went there.

    We ate lunch at a place called “Lombardi's” in Little Italy. I think that it is the oldest pizza restaurant in America and maybe the first. The pizza was wonderful!

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  12. Wow mesmo! À medida que ia baixando a página, cada foto se revelava melhor que a anterior. Grande post!

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