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St. George's Basilica and its collection

St. George's Basilica

The St. George's Basilica in Prague was originally built around 920 by Vratislaus I of Bohemia. It is the second oldest church in Prague and belongs to the best preserved Romanesque sights in the Czech Republic and is home to tombs of many members of the royal Premyslid dynasty. The church was rebuilt in Romanesque style in the first half of the 12th century. The baroque facade of St. George's Basilica dates from the 17th century. It is a part of the National Gallery and it has housed many fine examples of Bohemian Art from the 19th century. It is now used as a short-term exhibition space and a concert hall.

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St. George's Basilica
Prazsky hrad, 119 08 Praha 1 - Hradcany
119 08 Prague

Visitor information St. George's Basilica

Opening hours

Summer Tourist Season (April 1 till October 31)
Prague Castle complex: 6.00 - 22.00
Historical buildings: 9.00 – 17.00

Winter Tourist Season (November 1 till March 31)
Prague Castle complex: 6.00 - 22.00
Historical buildings: 9.00 – 16.00


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Prazsky hrad, 119 08 Praha 1 - Hradcany, Prague

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