On the III courtyard you’ll definitely notice the most significant sacred monument in the Czech Republic, St Vitus Cathedral. To the right, next to the St Vitus Cathedral, is the small house of Old Provosty founded in the 11th century. There’s a tourist information centre situated just opposite the provosty. Close to the Old Provosty you’ll see slim granite monolith made from one piece of stone. It’s been there since 1928 in memory of victims of WWI and 10th anniversary of independent Czechoslovakia. The statue near it represents St George on horseback. From the III courtyard is the entrance to Old Royal Palace.