This is a guest post on the wooden Church of St. Michael, Prague by Wendy Werneth of The Nomadic Vegan,
The Wooden Church of St. Michael in Prague
The wooden church of St. Michael is tucked away in Prague’s Kinsky Garden, but that hasn’t always been where it stood. The church’s original home was in the village of Velke Loucky, where it was built in the 17th century entirely out of wood in the Bojkov style. The villagers sold the church to the wealthier village of Medvedovce in 1793. It was dismantled and then reconstructed in the new location.