The Theatine Monastery was the setting for performances of the Kajetan Dramas in Czech, while the adjacent building, The Rocking Donkey, supplied the setting for a story by Neruda.
This was the home of Jan Neruda, a famous Czech poet and journalist who wrote many short stories about this Prague district.
The house sign is among the most beautiful ones.
pictured is the little quarter plague column. it is located behind st. nicholas church at malostranske namesti. (little quarter square).
Very close to Kampa Island in Lesser Town is this small alleyway that leads to a restraunt. It has traffic lights so people can only go in one direction and not get stuck.
Along Nerudova Ulice you can see the Church of Ours Lady of the Help, the church of the teatinis, an order constituted during the Controriforme
On the House to the Gold Unicorn in the Lazenska there is a plate that commemorates the stay of Beethoven in the house in 1796.
The church of St. Joseph is a simple construction in Baroque first style. In the inside there are two altars of the eighteenth century works of Petr Brandl.
This twin tower guarded entrance to Charles Bridge (Karluv Most) from the side of Mala Strana and Hradchani.
The Lesser Town, or Mala Strana, clusters around the foothills of Prague Castle. It is so pitoresque with the ancient restaurants, traditional Czech pubs and small boutique shops.
Mala Strana, or Small Town, is the most charming place in Prague, perfectly preserved. You
will find it across the bridge, and on your way to the castle. A must while visiting Prague.
It's worth to explore the backstreets of the district, they are even more impressive than the well-trodden paths that link the Charles Bridge with the Castle.
Beautiful and suggestive Town. Here we can see the Nerudova street which has a lot of beautiful and ancient buildings in.
Impressive looking church on the castle side of town. Here is a pic of the square in front of the church.
Malá Strana (Little Quarter), with its narrow eighteenth-century streets, is the city's ministerial and diplomatic quarter, though its Baroque gardens are there for all to enjoy.
A short lively street leading from the Charles Bridge to the Malostranske namesti (Mala Strana Square)