St. Nicholas Church / Chrám Sv. Mikuláše - Prague (Czech Republic)
N 50° 05.275 E 014° 24.159
33U E 457267 N 5548576
Quick Description: St. Nicholas Church in Prague's Lesser Town (In Czech: Chrám Svatého Mikuláše na Malé Strane) is one of the most beautiful buildings of Bohemia Baroque and one from the most valuable Baroque buidings in Europe.
Location: Hlavni mesto Praha, Czech Republic
Date Posted: 5/26/2009 12:16:30 PM
Waymark Code: WM6FJ0
Construction of St. Nicholas Church at Lesser Town began in 1703. This magnificent building is the largest of Prague's churches founded by the Jesuits. St. Nicholas is the masterpiece of Kryštof and Kilián Ignác Dientzenhofer, a father and son duo who constructed many buildings during the Baroque period. Unfortunately, neither lived to see its completion. The building was finished by Kilián's son-in-law, Anselmo Lurago.
Stamp Issuing Country: Czech Republic (Česká republika)
Date of Issue: 28.06.2000
Denomination: 11 Kč
Color: black - brown - blue - green
Stamp Type: Single Stamp
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