It is the first monastery in Bohemia. It has a large collection of Czech art works, including Gothic art, Renaissance, Baroque and other paintings of different periods. The monastery is a well-preserved imitation of the Roman church. The interior is also very characteristic and worth visiting.
The Convent of St. George is located in Prague Castle, right next to St. George's Church with its red exterior wall. This is the first female monastery in Bohemia. It was built in 973 by the order of Poleslav II, whose sister was the first president of the monastery. Now there is no monastery function, but instead the National Gallery, which collects many works of different styles in different periods, such as the Czech Renaissance and Baroque from the 14th to 17th centuries.
The convent of st is the first convent Bohemia, the church had been dismantled in the 18th century into a barracks, now for the temporary pavilion. Background the convent of st George is located in the edge of st Georges church, built in 973 AD. Were is the place where the upper noble ladies to accept education. Rebuilt several times, and by the 18th century by Joseph emperor into a barracks. Till the 60 s and seventy s of the 20th century, become one of the national gallery of art gallery opened to the public, but by 2012, due to the site and conditions restriction, to the pavilion. On May 15, 2016 on st. Georges convent to open temporary exhibition crown structure.
The Convent of St. George is in Prague Castle and adjacent to St. George's Church, one of the attractions on the tour ticket. St. George's Abbey and St. George's Cathedral have the same color and red and beige walls, making St. George's Cathedral and St. George's Abbey the only brighter and more conspicuous buildings in Prague Castle. Today, St. George's Monastery has been converted into an exhibition hall, but because the package ticket does not contain the visiting items of St. George's Monastery, it has not been visited.
St. George's Monastery is the first monastery in Bohemia. It is now the National Gallery, collecting Czech art works from the 14th to 17th centuries, including Gothic art, Renaissance and Baroque paintings of different periods. Successive Bohemian kings were buried here, and the basement of the monastery was the king's tomb.
The eye-catching brick-red St. George's Church is next to the insignificant St. George's Monastery, and now there are often temporary exhibitions. When we went, there was a poster of soldiers blowing trumpets in front of the door. It was an exhibition commemorating the 100 years of World War I.
On the outside, St. George's Monastery is a very small church. It used to be an educational place for ladies of nobility, but now it has become an art gallery for exhibition. Its red architectural appearance makes it stand out from the surrounding buildings, and it is easy to be attracted to explore. The interior is much more delicate than imagination, although small, but every detail will be amazing, especially the ceiling fresco decoration, vivid, delicate, strong sense of the picture. The monastery is just inside the Prague Castle, connecting the Golden Lane and visiting the castle, all of which can be visited together along the way.