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Where is The Infant Jesus of Prague located

Where is The Infant Jesus of Prague located

A 16th-century Roman Catholic wax-coated wooden statue of child Jesus is located in the Discalced Carmelite Church of Our Lady Victorious in The Lesser Town. It probably comes from Spain, the legends claim that the statue once belonged to Saint Teresa of Ávila and that then it was donated to Carmelites by Polyxena of Lobkowicz in 1628. People began to believe that The Infant Jesus had miraculous power. Praguers was coming to see The Infant Jesus especially in difficult times, asking for help and even now, people from all over the world are continuing to visit The Lesser Town to ask The Infant Jesus for healing and other help.


Best way to get to The Infant Jesus

Right in front of Discalced Carmelite Church of Our Lady Victorious, where the Infant Jesus is located, is the tram stop Hellichova. The nearest metro station is Malostranska and from there you can go by tram or walk (you will find some beautiful sights on the way).


What to see around The Infant Jesus

The most charming and romantic part of Prague, which will leave you feeling as if you've stepped into a fairy tale. In the maze of romantic cobbled streets with plenty of picturesque houses, palaces, churches, parks, Baroque palace gardens, museums and even a lookout tower that resembles the Eiffel Tower. See The Charles Bridge, built in 14 century, which is decorated by a Baroque-style continuous alley of 30 statues and statuaries. Or the St. Nicholas Church which is one of the most beautiful examples of high Baroque architecture in Central Europe. The breathtaking Waldstein Garden, covering an area of more than 14,000 square metres or The Kinský Garden leading to Petřín Tower and of course, the magical Vrtbovská Garden, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and considered one of the most beautiful baroque gardens in Central Europe.

There are also many museums, for example Kampa Museum, a gallery of modern Central European art located in the building of the former mills. The museum exhibits works from František Kupka and Czech cubist sculptor Otto Gutfreund, as well as works by important Central European artists from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary and former Yugoslavia. Also the Montanelli Museum, the Czech Museum of Music and the Ethnographic Museum - Musaion

There is also a very impressive memorial to the victims of communism, which symbolizes how the communist regime has affected political prisoners. And of course the famous Lennon wall, filled with John Lennon-inspired graffiti, lyrics from Beatles' songs, and other designs relating to local and global issues.


There is a lot to do and see around The Lesser Town and if you don't want to miss anything, check out our wide range of Prague tours and enjoy it to the fullest.