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Old Royal Palace

Prague, Czech Republic
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The Old Royal Palace at the Prague Castle used to be the seat of Czech rulers for centuries. Originally from the 12 th century, it was rebuilt several times through the years, so it is an amazing mix of several architectural styles, mostly Gothic and Renaissance. It includes one of the most important representation rooms at the Prague Castle, the Vladislav Hall. The Old Royal Palace was founded around 1135 by Sobeslav I., the Duke of the Premyslid dynasty. It was a luxury Romanesque palace at the time, inspired by German residences. The original All Saints Chapel was consecrated in 1185.
The Old Royal Palace at the Prague Castle used to be the seat of Czech rulers for centuries. Originally from the 12 th century, it was rebuilt several times through the years, so it is an amazing mix of several architectural styles, mostly Gothic and Renaissance. It includes one of the most important representation rooms at the Prague Castle, the Vladislav Hall. The Old Royal Palace was founded around 1135 by Sobeslav I., the Duke of the Premyslid dynasty. It was a luxury Romanesque palace at the time, inspired by German residences. The original All Saints Chapel was consecrated in 1185.
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