Church of Our Lady before Tyn
Church of Our Lady before Tyn

Church of Our Lady before Tyn

Top 1% of attractions in Prague
8 / 10

7 expert reviews

“Huge, double square towers with multiple black steeples make this church Old Town Square's most distinctive landmark.”

– Frommer's

"The twin-spired Týn Church is an Old Town Square landmark and one of the city's best examples of Gothic architecture." Full review
Lonely Planet
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"Its distinctive twin Gothic spires make the Týn Church an unmistakable landmark. Like something out of a 15th-century - and probably slightly cruel - fairy tale, they loom over the Old Town Square." Full review
Time Out
"The church dates from the same period as much of St Vitus's Cathedral (late 14th century), but whereas St Vitus's was constructed to show the power of King Charles IV, Týn was a church for the people." Full review
Afar Magazine
"It's a major symbol of Prague." Full review
Let's Go
"The two enormous Gothic spires of Our Lady before Týn dominate the skyline of the otherwise Baroque buildings of Old Town Square. It houses Prague’s oldest organ." Full review

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