The Braun House

The significance of the house is evidenced by the fact that it was built on the Charles Square which was supposed to be the main square after the foundation of the New Town by the emperor Charles IV. The most honorable place - right next to the New Town Hall - was reserved for it. The house bears the name of the well-known sculptor Matthias Bernhard Braun, who set up his workroom in the house. Later, the house served as the representative seat of the aristocratic family of Salm.

In the Braun's house, there are two halls with original Gothic vaulted ceilings and built-in audio-visual equipment. Adjacent to the halls, there is a specious external atrium. Despite it being situated in the very center of Prague, its enclosed space offers peace and privacy, which makes it a suitable place for holding seminars or social events.