Located on the Loreta Square between Prague Castle and the Strahov Monastery, this massive structure is the third largest ... More
Černín Palace (Černínský palác)
Located on the Loreta Square between Prague Castle and the Strahov Monastery, this massive structure is the third largest palace in Prague. Unfortunately, the regal palace is closed to the public, but its 135 meter-long façade, decorated with 30 Palladian columns, is worth visiting. Best known in recent memory for the March 1948 death of Jan Masaryk, son of the first Czech President and the last non-Communist in the first Communist cabinet, who toppled mysteriously from a window on the top floor as the Communists took power. Rumor has it that his fall was no accident - he was pushed.
Visitors to this palace will see two vaulted chambers with Romanesque columns and other impressive detail in one of the
oldest preserved urban residential areas in town. Now underground, these chambers were originally near street level. In another wing ...
The pinnacle of Prague's luxurious dining experiences, this opulent restaurant is located inconspicuously in a wooded area on a small
island on the Vltava River, beside the National Theatre. Popular with the elite of Czech society and often the ...
The moderately sized permanent exhibition of nineteenth century Czech art is complemented by regular exhibitions borrowed from Prague's other state
galleries. All this is housed in a massive baroque palace whose sweeping exterior staircase and grandiose Great Hall are ...
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