This church is a little older than the average. Saint Vitus Cathedral is in central Prague and is the third church on this site. Construction of this gothic cathedral started in 1344 when the the King of Bohemia wanted a church for coronations, royal burials, and a treasury for the most valuable relics of the kingdom. Work on different parts of this massive church continued at various times over the next 600 hundred years and was considered finally finished in 1929. There is a lot of history online with more details and a virtual tour on the church’s website. In 1997 the church was rededicated as the Metropolitan Cathedral of Saints Vitus, Wenceslaus and Adalbert.