National Gallery in Prague - Kinský Palace, Prague

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In the heart of Prague's Old Town Square, the recognizable pink-and-white stucco facade of National Gallery in Prague - Kinský Palace protrudes slightly out from the line of buildings that surround it. You may recognize it as the image on many regional postcards. Built in 1756 for Jan Arnost Goltz, a number of famous people have passed through its walls. Bertha von Suttner, the first winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, was born here, while Franz Kafka, widely considered one of the most influential writers of the 20th century, attended a grammar school held in the Rococo palace. After admiring the building's exquisite exterior, head inside where the National Gallery displays its collection. Plan your National Gallery in Prague - Kinský Palace visit and explore what else you can see and do in Prague using our Prague vacation route planner.
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  • It is a Palace in the old town square. Heading of the tyn Church, located on the left side. It is a beautiful and elaborate building of pale pink Palace. Exceptionally bright shades. This building is called the Rococo style is a thing.
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  • Temporary exhibition of Henri Rousseau art and few pieces of other artists. I've enjoyed this nice exhibition as it is easy and digestible art display which does not take too much off your precious ti...  read more »
  • This Palace located on the square is a beautiful architecture, inside you can see the towering Asian collections.
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