Prague Hvezda summer palace - Letohradek Hvezda

Hvezda Summer Palace (Letohradek Hvezda)

Quarter: Bila Hora Theme: Architecture

Hvezda Summer Palace or Hvezda Summer Pavilion (Letohradek Hvezda) is one of the most exciting Renaissance attractions of Prague. This palace of Ferdinand I. of Tyrol was founded in 1555 by his own design.

The horizontal projection of this building is six-pointed star (hexagram). Hvezda Summer Palace was decorated by Italian Maria Aostalli and Giovanni Lucchese.

Letohradek Hvezda is Museum of Czech Literature now and you can find here also exhibition showing the building development and history.
This building is situated in Obora Hvezda in Bila Hora area.

Posted: Praha, Oct 10, 01:50 by Czech-man.

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