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Saint Nicolas Church of Prague or Chrám sv. Mikuláše in Czech is one of the most impressive baroque monuments in the city which is located in Malá Strana and was built by the Jesuits between 1673 and 1755. A popular attraction to the church is the display of paintings in the vault which cover 1,500m.

The church is not only used for liturgical functions but it is also as a concert hall. One of the most famous concerts held was Mozart’s Requiem, interpreted by Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir.

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