Most pictures you’ll find online of the Church Of Our Lady Before Týn in Old Town Square, Prague, show its impressive facade straight on, often as if the camera was disembodied, floating above the square. This is a more intimate, human perspective looking up at one of the towers from the ground behind. Bare winter branches accentuate the Gothic style of the tower.
If you hear someone mentioning Prague’s Disney Towers, they’re probably referring to Church Of Our Lady Before Týn, even though the church predates Disney by centuries: construction of the present building started in the 14th century.
Shared for Becky’s JulySquares: Perspectives.