Klášter svaté Anežky České (St. Agnes's Convent)
Klášter svaté Anežky České (St. Agnes's Convent) Review
Near the river between Pařížská and Revoluční streets, in the northeastern corner of the Old Town, this peaceful complex has Prague's first buildings in the Gothic style. Built between the 1230s and the 1280s, the convent provides a fitting home for the National Gallery's marvelous collection of Czech Gothic art, including altarpieces, portraits, and statues from the 13th to the 16th centuries.
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