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When we arrived (by coincidence) the churched was wonderful decorated but closed. Therefore we we only had a wonderful view trough the door window. It was a set back but a we came by coincidence it wasn't a real disappointment.
Most of the people living in Prague are passing "Manesti Miru" alsmot every day.
This typical neo-Gothic church at Náměstí Míru in Prague's Vinohrady,ia a ICON.
Was built on plans of Josef Mocker in 1888–1892 in honor of St. Ludmila of Bohemia
We walked around the city and came to the square with this church. Unfortunately it was closed after the New Year celebration, so we walked around and admire the gothic architecture.
The church is far away from the popular tourist routes.
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In winter, try trdelnik, buy stramberske uci - gingerbread czech specialty and go inside the church. YOu can buy cheap food in Albert supermarket at a corner or have a cheap meal in church run cafe north-east from church (cross the road).
Go there if you have a chance during Christmas season (November - December). Traditional farmers fair with lots of food, beer, hot wine, ciders and more. More authentic atmosphere, than on Staromestske Namesti, also lower prices.