Černínský Palác, or Cernin Palace is the current home to Prague’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. We were given a private tour which was a great opportunity since the building is not open to the public. Even if you cannot go inside, the building it definitely worth seeing, as it is Prague’s largest baroque palace – the facade stretches 130m. Built in the 17th and 18th centuries for Count Černín’s family, it remained a private residence for only a short while due to the family’s financial instability. It was then occupied by French and Bavarian armies during the Austrian Succession war, and used as the SS headquarters from 1939 to 1945.
Visit the Palace:
Not open to the public.