The church is Gothic from the outside and baroque from the inside and was founded in 1371. Tucked away among narrow streets and alleyways, the Church of St. Gilles (Kostel sv. Jiljí) houses immaculately detailed statues guarding Renaissance-era paintings lining the walls and ceiling. The church’s altar is absolutely stunning, adorned with gold relics and centred around the unforgettable image of the Crucifixion. The vaults have remarkable frescoes by Václav Vavřinec Reiner.