House of the Four Mamlases
House of the Lords of Lipá
The House of the Lords of Lipá is a Renaissance palace (1589–96) with a 19th-century sgraffito facade and arcaded courtyard.
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The city's striking plague column dates from 1680.
This tiny, central cafe with retro flair draws students and theatre types who dart in here for a quick shot of very well done espresso.
náměstí Svobody 10 · interesting places nearby
House of the Four Mamlases information
On the eastern side of nám Svobody at No 10 is the House of the Four Mamlases. The facade here is supported by a quartet of well-muscled but clearly moronic 'Atlas' figures, each struggling to hold up the building and their loincloths at the same time.