The Saint George Statue of Prague CastleYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
The bronze riding statue of St. George, stabbing the dragon with a spear, situated in the third courtyard of the Prague Castle, in the Czech republic. The statue stands on a high pedestal in the middle of a modern round, shallow fountain at a level created by J. Plečnik in place of a Baroque fountain which stood there originally and was taken down and moved to George Square in the 1990’s. The original statue is stored in the collections of the National Gallery, the actual statue is a copy from 1967. The statue of Saint George is regarded as one of the most outstanding Gothic sculptures in the Czech Republic. The dragon is just receiving the deadly stub right into its mouth, while its tail is rolled up on one of the legs of the horse.