Church of St. Anna – Prague Crossroads

the nave, the organ loft

Saturday, Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Photos: Dušan Vondra, Leona Telínová

Transport: tram / metro (Staroměstská), tram (Karlovy lázně)
Visiting Method: free entry
program pro dětispecial guided tours designed for children on Sunday at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. with sheets for little architectsdoprovodný programdisplay of photographsbezbariérový přístupkulturní památkapracovní listy OHP

Address: Zlatá 211/1, Praha 1-Staré Město (entry from the Liliová street / Anenské square)
Year: 1319–1330 (construction); 2002–2004 (restoration)
Architects: Eva Jiřičná and Václav Havel

Did you know that this originally Gothic church from the 14th century served as the inspiration of Jaroslav Foglar in his famous mysterious novels? Today it houses an international spiritual center created by Václav Havel and managed by the Dagmar and Václav Havel Foundation VIZE 97. The Prague Crossroads is a place hosting a wide range of meetings, lectures and discussions, concerts, exhibitions, meditations and happenings. The patron of our festival, the Czech architect Eva Jiřičná, participated in its reconstruction at the beginning of the millennium and revealed the view into a unique piece of Gothic roof timbers, the only one that survived in Prague.