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Palace of the Lords of Kunstat

The medieval chambers of this former palace, with original Romanesque cross-vaulted ceilings and fireplaces, are open to the public. It was built in the second half of the 12th century and enlarged in the 15th century for the Lords of Kunstat of Podebrady. There is also small exhibition on its most famous resident, George of Podebrad, who became King of Bohemia in 1457.

Palace of the Lords of Kunstat

The palace was built around the year 1200. In the basement are three of the best-preserved Romanesque rooms in Prague. The house was enlarged in Gothic style by the Lords of Kunstat and Podebrady in the 15th century. Today it houses a historical exhibition devoted to George of Podebrady, a …

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