Old Town Hall is one of the most visited sights in Prague. The building was founded in 1338 as the first Town Hall in the Czech Republic. It consists of the complex of several historic houses surrounding the Old Town Square. It’s elegant, almost 70-metres high tower dominates the Old Town Square and City for 6 centuries. The construction of the monumental prismatic tower was finished in the 14th century. The view that the tower offers is one of the most beautiful views in Prague.
The building is a very popular tourist attraction especially thanks to the Old Town Horologe, the astronomical clock and moving figures of twelve apostles. It is located on the southern side of the tower and attracts thousands of tourists every day. The unique technical monument was made in 1410 and measures Old Bohemian and Babylon time as the last in the world. Every hour, the Horologe attracts tourists to watch the fantastic little scene with moving figures of apostles, moving statues and the ringing of the bell on the top of the tower that marks the end of the show.