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Royal Spa City of Teplice: Roundtrip from Prague

  • Duration: 11h
  • Audio guide in English and 8 other languages
  • Live guide in English
  • Group of max. 27 people
  • Start time: 08:45
  • Roundtrip transport from Prague
  • Premiant eGuide smartphone app in 9 languages
  • See the remains of St. Clarus (Temple of the Holy Cross Exaltation)
  • Tour of Teplice Castle
  • Visit the Church of St. Bartholomew
  • Enjoy a train ride through the historic and spa centre with audio commentary
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About: Church of St. Bartholomew

Standing out against the backdrop of the Ore Mountains, the Church of St. Bartholomew remains as striking now as it was in the 19th century. This Neo-Romanesque church was constructed in 1864 for non-Catholics based on design plans by the revered architect, F.A. Stüler.

After 1945, it became the Church of Prokop Holý, which is a branch of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church. It is located in Teplice, on the Czech/German border.

Church of St. Bartholomew
Chelčického 447/2, 415 01, Teplice
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