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Liechtenstein Palace at Lesser Town Square
Lesser Town, Prague 1

Liechtenstein Palace at Lesser Town Square
Classical Concerts
Dress Code
No official dress code for concerts. Most people dress casual
wheelchair access available at the venue
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address of Liechtenstein Palace at Lesser Town Square
Liechtenstein Palace at Lesser Town Square,
Malostranske namesti 13,
Lesser Town, Prague 1, Czech Republic
public transport to get to Liechtenstein Palace at Lesser Town Square
Tram stop: Malostranske namesti (trams 12,15,20,22)
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Liechtenstein Palace (Lichtenštejnský palác) at Lesser Town Square was the first large Baroque building to be constructed in Prague.

Located opposite St. Nicholas Church, it dominates one side of the upper part of the square.

The palace has a beautiful light blue and cream facade, with deep orange terracotta roof tiles, and simply gleams in the sunshine.

Liechtenstein Palace was built in 1591 on the site of 5 renaissance houses.

In the 18th century, the palace was remodelled in the classical style, part of a wider project to rebuild the Lesser Town Square with classical architecture. The works were commissioned by the Liechtenstein family and undertaken by Matyáš Hummel.

Liechtenstein Palace then passed through a number of hands, over the centuries developing a strong musical tradition, until it was acquired by the Academy of Musical Arts in the 1980s.

Its most recent reconstruction was carried out by Pavel Kupka, and completed in 1992.

The interior of Liechtenstein Palace has been adjusted to meet the needs of the Academy. There are several concert halls and music salons, all boasting amazing acoustics.

The main concert hall, Bohuslav Martinů Hall, has been refurbished with classical style seating.

Liechtenstein Palace is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic. With a rich musical heritage, and as the permanent home of the Academy of Musical Arts in Prague, the building provides a wonderful venue for classical concerts.

Several concerts are staged each month throughout the year, played by chamber orchestras formed of musicians from the Prague Symphony Orchestra and Czech Philharmonic.

In winter, Liechtenstein Palace is heated for the concerts.

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