The Stone Bell House (Dum U Kamenneho zvonu)

The Stone Bell House (Dum U Kamenneho zvonu)

Quarter: Old Town Theme: Architecture

The Stone Bell House in Prague Old Town Square is one of the oldest Prague building. The history of this building comes to the 13th century.

It was rebuilt in the 14th century to the representative municipal palatial house with the tower corner in Gothic architectural style.
The Stone Bell house sign was placed in the 16th century.

At the Stone Bell House (Dum U Kamenneho zvonu) you will find Prague City Gallery (Galerie hlavního mesta Prahy) with exhibitions of modern and contemporary art.
It is open daily except Mondays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Posted: Praha, May 17, 17:59 by Czech-man.

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