MALTÉZSKÉ SQUARE

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ikona_disabled22This square gets its name from the Priory of the Maltese Knights which can be found there. At the northern end of the square stands a statue of St John the Baptist (by Ferdinand Maxmilián Brokoff), the patron saint of the Maltese Knights. It was erected in 1715 on the site of a temporary altar, set up during a plague epidemic.

Maltézské Square is lined with picturesue Renaissance houses as well as grand baroque Palaces from the 17th and 18th centuries.

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