Stock Photo - Prague Archbishop Cardinal Dominik Duka on the large screene, left, celebrates a divine service in the Church of our Lady before Tyn in Prague, Czech Republic, August 15, 2020. Divine service preceded the blessing of revived Virgin Mary column, a replica of the original 17th-century baroque artifact that was demolished by a mob in 1918. The Marian column returned to Old Town Square in Prague centre after 102 years. The Virgin Mary Column was erected in Old Town Square in 1650 and consecrated two years later as a symbol of the Catholic Church's victory in the Czech Lands. The column was pulled down by an angry mob in November 1918 after the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian (Habsburg) Monarchy and the establishment of independent Czechoslovakia. (CTK Photo/Michal Kamaryt)

Stock Photo: Prague Archbishop Cardinal Dominik Duka on the large screene, left, celebrates a divine service in the Church of our Lady before Tyn in Prague, Czech Republic.

Searchable keywords

  • 1600S
  • 17Th Century
  • Old Town
  • Symbol
  • Angry
  • Down
  • Celebration
  • Church
  • Column
  • History
  • Baroque
  • Catholicism
  • Victory
  • Construction
  • Large
  • Center
  • Photo
  • Year
  • Land
  • Independent
  • Replica
  • Czech
  • Prague
  • Two
  • Left
  • Original
  • Heritage
  • Cardinal
  • Tyn
  • Erect
  • Blessing
  • Artefact
  • Pulled
  • November
  • Collapse
  • Later
  • After
  • August
  • Establishment
  • 15
  • Protest
  • Demolish
  • Monarchy
  • 102
  • Czechoslovakia
  • Mob
  • 1918
  • Archbishop
  • Marian
  • 1650
  • Habsburg
  • Revive
  • Austro-Hungarian
  • 2020
  • Consecrated
  • Michal
  • Returned
  • Precede
  • Divine Service
  • Virgin Mary
  • Church Of Our Lady In Front Of Týn
  • Tyn Church
  • Square
  • Dominik Duka
Choose multiple keywords