The Church of St. Ludmila is a typical neo-Gothic church at Náměstí Míru (Peace Square) in Prague's Vinohrady, built on plans of Josef Mocker in 1888–1892. The church houses the tomb of St. Ludmila and St. Wenceslaus I. Czech Republic
St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague Castle - Czech Republic. Entering this building was the closest thing that I have ever had to a religious experience. That fact that so many would work together toward a common goal is inspiring. The idea of pleasing a deity has led to some of the most incredible constructions in the world.
Crown of St. Wenceslaus: The crown was made in 1347 for the eleventh king of Bohemia (and Holy Roman Emperor) Charles IV. It is wrought of extremely pure gold and decorated with 19 sapphires, 44 spinels, 1 ruby, 30 emeralds and 20 pearls. Charles dedicated the crown to Saint Wenceslas, the patron saint of Bohemia