St. Vitus Cathedral interior, Prague

St. Vitus Cathedral interior, Prague

Because it was still being completed in the 20th century, some of the stained glass windows are surprisingly and delightfully modern – although not abstract. The interior is otherwise fairly “typical” for a Gothic structure, with a long narrow nave, gothic arches with fairly elaborate ribbing and tracery, etc.


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Christiane Brooks Johnson Professor of Psychology and Religion, Union Theological Seminary, New York NY
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