My mind is a dizzying whirlwind right now. I’ve had so much going on these past two weeks and unfortunately it meant that I’ve been neglecting my blog. Besides finishing up the book there have been several technical problems to take care of. Which by the way has left me exhausted. Anywho, I’m planning on getting back on track with steady posts and catching up on all of your blogs. I’ll have more news to share very soon, but in the mean time I leave you with these snapshots from Prague.
For someone who is not religious I sure visit many churches. It is the history and architecture that I find so fascinating. Plus when you live on a continent where the old church buildings are hundreds and hundreds of years old, it is even more fascinating. The church you see in these photos is called St. Nicholas Church, and it is located in Prague’s Lesser Quarter. According to the church’s website it is “the most famous Baroque church in Prague”.
Building began on 1703 and was completed in 1752. The church has one of the largest frescoes in Europe, painted on an area of 1500 square metres. It is certainly one of the most impressive churches I have ever seen.
But what both my husband and I found to be uniquely interesting to this church was the graffiti carved into the wood.
We stood on the balcony inspecting the wooden surface looking for the oldest carvings we could find. It really made us stop to think about who the person was that carved the date. Also why would they do such a thing? We’ll never know but it certainly was fascinating to find.
Happy Sunday everyone!