Archbishop Palace

Archbishop Palace



Hradčanské Náměstí, Prague 1

The Archbishops Palace was built in the 16th century and use to belong to the Gryspek family until the King Ferdinand I bought it in 1531 as a seat of the archbishop Antonin Brus of Mohelnice. From that time it is in the hands of the Prague Archbishopric and the main seat of the archbishop. The palace was rebuild in the Renaissance style in 1562, further changes occurred in the 17th century when the palace was rebuild in the Baroque style, however, the palace got it’s present day look in the 1760´s when it received its Rococo façade. The interiors have Renaissance, Baroque and Classicist features and rank among the most beautiful interiors in the country.

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  1. Archbishop Palace
  2. Prague Castle
  3. St. Vitus Cathedral
  4. Waldstein Palace
  5. Lesser Town
  6. Charles Bridge
  7. State Opera
  8. National Museum
  9. Wenceslas Square
  10. Charles Square
  11. Church of Cyril and Methodius
  12. Dancing House
  13. National Theatre
  14. Rudolfinum
  15. Paris Street
  16. Old Town Square
  17. Tyn Church
  18. St. Nicholas Church
  19. Old Town Hall
  20. Astronomical Clock
  21. Powder Gate
  22. Kings Coronation Way