Jewish Town Hall

Local nameŽidovská radnice
LocationJosefov, Prague, Czechia

Have you ever seen a town hall with two clocks? Come and see this former Jewish meeting place with clocks with Roman and Hebrew numbers. Interestingly, the Hebrew clock moves counterclockwise, the same way Hebrew is read. The building was originally built in Renaissance style in 1586, but has later acquired its splendid Rococo appearance.

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Opening hours

The city hall is not usually open to public but its institutions often organise various events.

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_Town_Hall_(Prague)

Official website http://www.kehilaprag.cz/en/turismus

Phone +420 224 800 812

Address Maiselova 250/18, 110 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic

Coordinates 50°5'23.212" N 14°25'6.808" E

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