Church of the Virgin Mary and St. Charles the Great
(Czech: Kostel Panny Marie a sv. Karla Velikého na Karlově)
The church was promoted by Emperor Charles IV in 1350 as part of the Augustinian Monastery and is unique for its star-ribbed vaulting, probably constructed by Bonifaz Wohlmut, the master builder of Emperor Ferdinand I's court.
In the church is copy of the Holy Steps and the Bethlehem Cave with the Holy Family. It is the oldest Nativity scene in Prague churches.
New Town, Ke Karlovu, Prague
Suggested Duration: one hour trip