Thursday, 11 April 2013

Leaning church

We bought some bubble tea today and because the bar is near the "leaning church" we went to see it. This church is from 1318 so it's much older than the red one. It's the largest one here and as you probably realized it's built in Gothic style.
Its actual name is Kostel Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Church of Assumption of Virgin Mary) but people call it the leaning one because... well, its tower is leaning :) It's said it is the most declined (2 m) tower north from the Alps. The defect is from the WW II when a bomb fell near this building.

Too bad it's not sunny here so Aussie is dark in most of the photos :(

And at home we enjoyed the bubble tea :)

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