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Church of St. Nicholas at Old Town Square in Prague

Inside the Church of St. Nicholas during a period of reconstruction (February 2015). Historical sources mention this place of worship as early as 1273, originally as a parish church, where Hussitism and Reformation used to be preached. The church was protestant, catholic, orthodox and after the war, St. Nicholas Church was given to the Czech Hussites, who continue its care today.

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Inside the Church of St. Nicholas during a period of reconstruction (February 2015). Historical sources mention this place of worship as early as 1273, originally as a parish church, where Hussitism and Reformation used to be preached. The church was protestant, catholic, orthodox and after the war, St. Nicholas Church was given to the Czech Hussites, who continue its care today.