Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia (The National Gallery)
Monastery in Prague, Czechia
The St Agnes Convent is one of the most important Gothic buildings in Prague. It was founded around 1230 AD by the Premyslid princess St Agnes of Bohemia along with her brother King Wenceslas I. The guided tour traces the history of the individual parts of the uniquely preserved medieval monastery. All major areas are accessible for viewing, including the Oratory of St Agnes, the Shrine of the Saviour, and the Church of St Francis, where the remains of King Wenceslas I are buried.
National Gallery Prague - Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia (Národní galerie Praha – klášter sv. Anežky České) Anežská 12 110 00 Praha 1- Staré Město
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Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun 10.00 – 18.00 MONASTERY GARDENS: April - September: Su - Th:10.00–22.00 Fr - Sa: 10.00–24.00 October - March Whole week 10.00–18.00