St. Agnes Convent is one of the oldest convents in Europe. It is also the oldest Gothic building in the whole Czech republic. The convent was founded by St. Agnes of Bohemia, sister of King Wenceslas I., between 1231 and 1234. The Order of Poor Ladies dwelled in the convent and St. Agnes was the first superioress there.
Loc: 50°5'31.037"N, 14°25'24.317"E