The Church of St. Vitus in Krumlov, the same name as the Church of St. Vitus in Prague, is a Gothic-Baroque landmark. It is the belief center of the local people and the source of the city's development. There are frescoes in the fifteenth century in the guided church, the huge Baroque pipe organ made in 1716 on the second floor, as well as the stone pillars, the sanctuary and the exquisite dome, etc., are all worth watching. The Church of St. Vitus stands on the banks of the Vltava River. The steeple of the church stands against the clouds. It was built in the late Gothic period from 1407 to 1438 and was later renovated. In 1995, it was listed as a national cultural monument.