The top has statues and gold.
In the center of the plaza is a large monument. This is a statue of the religious reformer Jan Hus. He was burned at the stake in Constance for his beliefs. The statue was erected in 1915 to mark the 500 anniversary of his death.
We had a few minutes to take photos while our guides made sure that the group was together.
After learning about this church, I found a photo of the interior. WOW. This is definitely worth a look inside.
These are the wikipedia credits. "Chram sv Mikulase interier oltar od vchodu" by Ludek - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Chram_sv_Mikulase_interier_oltar_od_vchodu.jpg#/media/File:Chram_sv_Mikulase_interier_oltar_od_vchodu.jpg
Next to the church is the Franz Kafka restaurant. It looked beautiful.
A few close-ups from the photo above.
A casual shopper...
After some words from the guide, we moved on.
The next three photos are zoom views of the above photo.
I had to get a photo of the trash can!
This is a very sophisticated entranceway with the gate and sculpture.
The buildings continue to intrigue me.
I saw a lot of scooters. They are pretty snazzy!
The building across the street.