Prague Old Town Hall is located on the Old Town Square, which is the heart of the Czech capital and the former Bohemian Kingdom. The Old Town Hall was established in 1338 by the Prague councilors and king John of Luxembourg, the father of famous Charles IV. The Tower of the Prague city hall was built in 1364, while the chapel with a Gothic bay window was added in 1381. The Astronomical Clock was finally installed in the tower in 1410 and was one of the last monuments of the Prague Golden Age. The Tower is 70 meters hight and has one of the most gorgeous views of Prague Old Town, Tyn Church, and Prague Castle.
Check out othet famous Prague towers: Powder Tower and the Old Town Bridge Tower.
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Author: Valeriia Zahradnikova and Vaclav Zahradnik, Prague guides certified by Prague City Tourism agency. Valeriia and Vaclav have worked in tourism for over 6 years and have guided thousands of Prague visitors.