This gigantic imitation Venetian palace was built in the 1920s in the Rondo-Cubist style for the Adriatica Insurance Company. The Palac Adria is situated on the corner of Narodni and Jungmannova street, a famous corner in Prague with an internal passage that connects the two streets. Seek out the elaborate 24-hour clock surrounded by bronze statuettes, representing the zodiac signs in the open foyer. A major reconstruction was done in 1996 and 1997. Today in Palac Adria, you will find apartments, office and commercial areas, a theatre club, a gallery and a restaurant.
Location: corner of Narodni trida & Jungmannova, New Town