On of the most beautiful cathedral interiors in Prague, Czech Republic, is found in St. Vitus. Throughout the sacristy, nave and altar areas, wonderfully preserved stained, leaded glass art windows abound. This triple glass arched set of windows was my favorite.
It was originally started in 925, added to in 1060, and finished in all its glory during the Renaissance in 1334. It is the largest example of a Gothic cathedral in the country, and is within the Czech Castle property.