Built in the 14th century, this Gothic church is located in the heart of the Baroque complex of a former Dominican convent. After the convent was dissolved at the end of the 18th century, the church premises served as, among other things, as a printing press for the publisher of the Journal of the Austrian Royal and Imperial Postal Service, and a paper store. Since 2004 the church premises have been utilized by the Vize 97 Foundation set up by former Czech president Václav Havel and his wife Dagmar. Vize 97, which supports the celebrated conference Forum 2000, uses the space of the church as a spiritual, cultural and intellectual center called Prague Crossroads. The former convent complex itself is currently used as a technical facility by the National Theatre.
Exhibitions: 18. – 28. 6., 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
19. 6., 10 a.m. – 11 p.m.
There is disabled access to the ground floor of the building. The second floor is accessible only via stairs.
Tram nos. 17 and 18 – Staroměstská
or tram nos. 17 and 18 – Karlovy lázně
Metro A – Staroměstská
Zlatá street, Prague 1