One of the main attractions in Prague is the Prague Castle, the largest coherent castle in the world, which sits atop a hill overlooking the whole town. Part of the castle there are quite a few churches, cathedrals and chapels and probably the most impressive one is the St. Vitus Cathedral.
St.Vitus Cathedral is the seat of the Archbishop of Prague, as well as the biggest church in the Czech Republic and in its current form was founded in 1344 when the Prague bishopric was raised to an archbishopric.
In terms of photographic details, there’s not much to tell as it was a fairly straight-forward long exposure shot with a couple of curves applied for correcting contrast and colour. One interesting detail is that I used the Perspective tool in Photoshop to correct some of the distortion introduced by my 12-24mm lens.