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St. Vaclav's (St. Wenceslas's) Cathedral, Olomouc, Moravia (CZ), 2006

St. Vaclav's (St. Wenceslas's) Cathedral, Olomouc, Moravia (CZ), 2006
This is St. Vaclav's, or St. Wenceslas's, Cathedral in Olomouc. Built in 1131, it is one of the oldest cathedrals in the Czech Republic, although it was renovated in 1883-1892, meaning that it looks somewhat different now from the way it did originally. There are a number of stories associated with it, of course, but one of the most notable, supposedly true, as that Mozart composed his 6th symphony here. As a result, there's a monument to him on the wall of the Archdiocesan Museum on the left.

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