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Beautifully ornate baroque town hall originally built in 1955, reconstructed a few times since. The attic holds the statues of four virtues - Wisdom, Prudence, Courage and Justice. Every hour on the hour the bells play a cute tune. Public bathrooms located inside.
Amazing building! It is one of the Cultural monuments in Czechia.
It’s also worth to be there in the whole hours - there is always a different glockenspiels. There are also special ones for public holidays.
Built between 1727 and 1730 this is an imposing building. Since 1995 the center tower has a computer controlled 16 bells. There is up to eighty musical motifs that change according to a part of the day or season. The Town Hall is nicely decorated...More
Town Hall is the most important building located in the awesome town square of České Budějovice. The facade is blue and the full building is extremly beautiful. It also has 3 towers. Pitifully we could not visit the inner part due to the necessity of...More
When you enter the Premysl Ottokar II square, you will see at first the City Hall, as this building is so colorful, that it gives you the best impression. There are 4 statues on the top, inside there is a little, but interesting city exhibition.
My room had a magnificient view over this square..I spent the night drinking good moravian wine and taking photos of light trails then in the next morning I went for a walk outside and enjoyed watching the fountain and the beautiful buildings under the cloudy...More
The town hall is probably the most prominent building in the square. It houses, among other things, tourist information and small exhibitions, but most importantly the best, smartest and cleanest toilets in town. Very important after a few pivo on the square.