Clam-Gallas Palace (Clam-Gallasovsky palac)

Thomas Haffenecker built the Clam-Gallas Palace in 1714-18 according to the design of Johann Bernhard Fischer of Erlach. The sculptural decorations are the work of the most famous Czech sculptor of the Baroque period, Matthias Bernard Braun. The palace is open to the public during expositions arranged by the Prague City Archives (Archiv hlavniho mesta Prahy).

House at the Golden Straw and at the Red Snake (Domy U zlate slamy a U cerveneho hada)

As per the typical fate of many of Prague's buildings, two medieval buildings, the House at the Golden Straw and the House at the Red Snake, were merged as one. Today this house contains many stylistic layers. In the cellar, for example, there is one of the most well preserved interiors of a Romanesque building in Prague from the second half of the 12th century.

The buildings house the Czech Museum of Fine Arts, which is open daily except Mondays from 10:00 to 18:00. Information about current exhibitions is available at http://www.cmvu.cz.

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