Welcome to the Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí), the oldest square in the city centre of Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. The massive sculpture in the middle of this live image is Jan Hus monument, made of stone and bronze depicting the Czech reformer and martyr Jan Hus (1369 –1415), around him there are representations of Hussite warriors, as well as Protestants who were forced into exile in 1620s, and also a mother representing national rebirth. Standing out is the exquisite Gothic Church of Our Lady before Týn, a special landmark in this part of Prague. On the left-hand side is the National Gallery Kinsky Palace - a museum of fine art, and on its side, is the Stone Bell House, one of the oldest houses in this impressive city and part of the Prague City Gallery. Have a look at this significant place in Prague on our street view map by scrolling down the page.