Tyn Church, or The Church of Our Lady Before Tyn, dominates one side of the Old Town Square in Prague. The two 80m spires of this powerful looking, Gothic church (with a Baroque interior) can be seen from all over Prague. The oldest pipe organ in Prague stands inside this church. The organ was built in 1673 by Heinrich Mundt and is one of the most representative 17th-century organs in Europe.
Tyn Church is striking and very iconic, but also one of the most difficult places to find the entrance to. As if that was not bad enough, a voluntary donation is expected at the door, and the guard posted there makes sure that everyone volunteers some sort of payment. I have no issues with that, but after looking for the entrance, and paying to get in, you would expect to be able to take some pictures, and you would be wrong. No pictures allowed of any sort, or at least that is what the pictographs seemed to imply. Luckily the guard went out for a smoke, god was not watching so I went picture snapping.