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Church of St Stephen

Completed in 1401 with its multi-spired steeple, St Stephen’s was re-Gothicised in the 1870s by Josef Mocker. Among its fine Baroque paintings are The Baptism of Christ by Karel Škréta, and one of St John Nepomuk by Jan Jiři Heinsch. Its greatest treasure is a beautiful Gothic panel painting of the Madonna, known as Our Lady of St Stephen Hating from 1472.

Location: Štěpánská.  
Open only for Sunday mass services.  
Admission free.
In Czech: Kostel svatého Štěpána

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