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Židovská radnice, Prague

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The Jewish Town Hall in Josefov, Prague, was constructed adjacent to the Old New Synagogue on the corner of Maiselova and Červená Ulice in 1586 in Renaissance style under the sponsorship of Mayor Mordechai Maisel. It acquired its Rococo facade in the 18th century.

The building was the main meeting house of the local Jewish community but is currently closed to the public. It is perhaps best known for its two clocks, one on a tower with Roman numeral markings, the other, lower, has Hebrew numerals, which are the same as letters in the Hebrew alphabet. The Hebrew numerals begin with aleph and continue counterclockwise around the clock dial.
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  • The building itself is a beautiful contrast of pale blue and white building. So raise a little eye contact with the clock tower, it will mark is restricted to appearance.
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  • The old Jewish quarter South of the new synagogue close to. Clock face is near the top of the building when I looked up I don't know just looking right in front, but are written in Hebrew, with the building of the Jewish star of David.
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  • A historic building with Its two clocks, a Hebrew, Jewish quarter, and all hidtória and well intetessante, the building is magnificent.
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