Church Of St. Henry And St. Kunhuta
- Address: Church of St Henry and St Kunhuta (Kostel sv. Jindřicha a sv. Kunhuty), Jindřišská, Praha 1 - Nové Město, 110 00, Prague, Czech Republic
- Phone: +420-732571442
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Family And Kids, Tower
This Gothic parish church is said to be consecrated to the royal couple Henry and Kunhuta. It was founded at the same time as Prague's New Town in the year 1348. Constructed of quarried stone, the church has a very interesting story behind it. The church is said to be revealed when its stuccoed exterior was taken out during an early 20th century renovation. Since the year 2008, both a Slovak and a Czech parish have been active here. The Jidrisska Tower, which is the largest freestanding bell tower in Prague comes under the authority of this church.
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- Sunday 9.30am in Czech, 10.30am in Slovak
- Tuesday, Thursday 4:00pm
- Wednesday, Friday 6:00pm in Slovak
- Metro no 9 from Narodini Trida.
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Nice classical church, historical place. Mass in latin Tuesday 6:30. Quite cold.
Nice small church with a park right at the tram stop that actually owned Jindřišská věž.
Hidden treasure among old Prague churches, right off the Jindrisska tram stop. Great baroque interiors in a gothic structure. The organ sounds amazing during a Mass; special arrangements even offer Trident rite Latin Masses in the 1962-and-prior Vetus Ordo liturgy which makes the Catholic Faith come alive. Check FSSP.cz for schedule.
This Gothic parish church, consecrated to the royal couple Henry and Kunhuta, was founded at the same time as Prague's New Town in 1348. It was constructed of quarried stone, which was revealed when its stuccoed exterior was removed during an early 20 th century renovation. Since 2008, both a Czech and a Slovak parish are active here. The Jidřišská Tower, which is the largest freestanding bell tower in Prague, belongs to the church
One of the many nice temples in Prague. Sometimes concertd ard held here, good acvoustics. In winter it is very cold inside, especially when one sits for an hour or two.