The gorgeous Augustine Restaurant and Garden is housed in a glass-covered courtyard that uniquely incorporates three listed and protected trees, in the monastery complex that is The Augustine Prague hotel. With its floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking a spacious terrace, the restaurant is a light, relaxing space in the heart of historic Prague. The winning combination of excellent service and calm ambiance creates a truly memorable dining experience. In summer, al fresco dining on the terrace and in the Sundial Garden adds another elegant element to this restaurant, while the unique Refectory
The Church of Our Lady of Victory is the famous pilgrimage site of the Infant Jesus of Prague, and one of the oldest Baroque buildings in Prague, built for German Lutherans in 1613 probably by Giovanni Maria Filippi the court builder of the Emperor Rudolf II, and originally named the Church of the Holy Trinity. The Catholic order of Discalced Carmelites were awarded the church after the Battle of White Mountain (Bila Hora) in 1620, by Emperor Rudolf II. the church then received its current name when it was re-dedicated on September 8th, 1624, and subsequently renovated with completion of
This strange train station like church was built in 1932 and is one of the most unique structures in the city of Prague. Unlike the majority of churches in Prague, this one, although built in 1932, is modern in comparison with the hundred plus year old churches in Prague. The Slovenian architect Joze Plecnik was also responsible for some innovative additions to Prague Castle. The strange brick church on Jiřího z Poděbrad Square showcases a massive tower complete with a large transparent clock, giving it the train station look. Early Christian basilicas and Egyptian temples inspired the church.