Saint Vitus Cathedral
The cathedral, which was founded in 1344, is the largest most important cathedral in the Czech Republic. It is a Roman Catholic church and the seat of the Archbishop of Prague, although the building is owned by the Czech government because it is part of the Prague Castle complex. The main tower is an impressive 317 feet tall.
Saint Vitus is the patron saint of entertainers and it is said that he also provides protection from lightening, dog bites, and oversleeping.