(Czech: Salmovský palác)
The neoclassical Salm Palace (Salmovsky Palace) at Hradčanské Square was built between the years of 1800–1810 as a luxury aristocratic residence for Archbishop Florentin Salm-Salm.
Later it was joint with the adjacent Schwarzenberg Palace (therefore often called The Little Schwarzenberg) and served (until 1945) as the Prague residence of the Schwarzenbergs family.
Now, The Salm Palace by architect František Pavíček, is an exhibition venue of the National Gallery Prague.
Hradčany, Hradčanské Square - Salm Palace, Prague
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours