Located on the market square, the city hall is a white building. To be honest, the buildings here are very close.
The white three-story building is the City Hall, with the Prague national emblem and the ck town emblem on the building. The City Hall is a 14th century Gothic building
I feel like I can’t go in for a visit. I didn’t find the entrance after turning around. There was a police car parked at the door. It’s a little more peaceful.
The City Hall is not at all conspicuous, just on one side of the town square are restaurants or something. And I don’t think there are many people going in and out of the city hall. Maybe it’s a holiday. There are many small stalls in the town square.
The city hall is just a circle next to the town square. The white building is not eye-catching. In fact, it is not much different from other buildings. Tourists don't have to come here to visit, they are just ordinary houses.
Svornosky Square is the central square of Cesky Krumlov, also known as the Place de la Concorde, but it is much smaller than the Place de la Concorde in Paris. In the center of the square, there is a commemorative column for the Black Death, and around the square are houses with Czech characteristics with the familiar Chinese character-Shanghai Hotel. The town hall is also beside the square. It is a white house built in the early 17th century. There are some emblems on the house, which is easy to identify. If you want to change your European hands to Czech Koruna, you are right here, because it is now a tourist information center.
The old town hall located in the town square is a collection of Gothic, Renaissance and classical style of the building located in the town square, is a collection of Gothic, Renaissance and classical style of the building. It has four old badges on its white wall, the Czech National, Krumlov City, the Eberberg Family and the Schwarzenberg Family
Cesky Krumlov’s Town Hall is right next to the town’s central square, and the castle is bound to pass by the Town Hall. The walls of the town hall are decorated with Renaissance patterns, with the Czech national emblem, the city emblem of Cesky Krumlov, the emblem of the Eggenburg family, and the emblem of Schwarzenegger. The visitor center is right next to the town hall, where visitors can exchange euros for Czech currency.