Convent of St Agnes in Praha

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The ''Anezsky klaster'' is the first Early Gothic building in Prague (founded 1234) - something notable in a city filled with amazingly well-preserved examples of Gothic architecture such as St Vitus, the Charles Bridge and the Powder Tower. Over the years the complex's convent, chapels and several churches deteriorated and in some cases, were completely destroyed. After Habsburg emperor Josef II's religious reforms, the convent was shut down in 1782 and converted into lodgings for the poor. St
Price: Admission: Full: 100Kč, Reduced: 50Kč, Family: 150Kč
Address: U Milosrdných 17

Source wikitravel.org/en/Prague/Old Town