The Týn Church is probably the most recognizable church in Prague thanks to its many spires. Construction of the Gothic church started in the 14th century, but the spires were only finished in 1511. In front of the church is the historic Týn School, an arcaded Gothic building that gives access to the church.
Nearby is another interesting Gothic building: the House at the Stone Clock. The building had a Baroque façade, but it was removed in 1980 to give the building back its original 14th century appearance. Note the beautiful Gothic windows.