Prague – House at the Minute

On the Old Town Square, you are surrounded by many architectural treasures and it might be difficult to look around and keep an eye on the children without stopping the flow of tourists going by.

The House at the Minute easily catches your attention due to the contrast of color.  The black background and yellowish-white figures are easy to spot.  First a tobacco shop, the early 17th century building’s upper floor was apartments. From 1889 to 1896, it was the childhood place of Franz Kafka where he lived with his parents.

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