After two years, thanks to the cooperation of 

archaeologists, restorers, builders and other 

experts, the reconstruction of the Romanesque 

rotunda of St. Wenceslas, considered lost for 

376 years, was successfully completed. The 

rotunda foundations, with a unique fragment 

of tiles of the Vyšehrad (oldest medieval) type, 

are situated on the premises of the Charles 

University Faculty of Mathematics and Physics 

at Malostranské náměstí in Prague.

Selection of successful projects

A current view of the rotunda.

Photo credit: Luboš Svoboda