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New Town Hall, Prague

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.4/5 based on 55 reviews on the web
The New Town Hall is the administrative centre of Prague's New Town Quarter, or \"Nové Město\". In 1419 it was the site of the first of the three defenestrations of Prague.
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  • If you do not suffer from fear of heights can be a visit to the Tower, highly recommended. Really nice view and the city centre. And the place is not as crowded as the old townhall. At the same time, a fair price for entrance.
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  • The Tower offers a magnificent view on the city. 221 steps to be done. But the new town hall or Hall radnice is much more than an observation point since steeped in history. Built in 1348, it was the scene of clashes in 1419, which marked the beginning of the Hussite revolution.
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  • To get to the Tower there to climb 221 climb steps and many others down, being the last section of the stairs a little complicated. It is worth visiting it since the views are breathtaking. The interior is nothing special to highlight. The price is 60 Czech Crowns per person.
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  • An impressive place from the outside. The surroundings are interesting as well.
  • Nice place, nice view from the tower. Nice cafe in the court.
  • Adorable and friendly man working the desk, photographs on the climb up, beautiful views, and some history of the city development for a fair price. A nice different perspective of the city from above!
  • The famous place of Prague defenestration.
  • The Neustadt in the Gothic and Renaissance style Town Hall is built on the Karlsplatz square designed in the 19th century as a park in the middle of the 14th century.. The arcade Gallery of Gothic hospitalier from the 1450s offers a comprehensive panoramic views over Prague.
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