Sternberg Palace
Prague • Czech Republic

From: Prague Travel Guide

See also: Prague CastleCharles BridgeJewish Museum

Sternberg Palace, Prague, Czech Republic
Sternberg Palace (Sternbersky Palac) at present houses a permanent exhibition from the National Gallery. The Palace displays a magnificent collection of European Art from the classical and baroque era's as well as hosting various visiting exhibitions that are displayed within the three floors of the palace.

The building itself was built in 1698 for Count Wenceslas Adalbert of Sternberg and was built by Domenico Martinelli in high Baroque style. The palace contains a courtyard with an amazing bronze statue of a lion in the middle as well as frescoed ceiling's and several statues. Amongst the artists on display are Peter Paul Rubins and Durer.

The Palace contains a gift shop and cafe.

Attraction Location Guide
The Stermberg Palace is located in the Castle Quarter (Hradcany) near to the Castle.