Kinsky Palace was built in the 18th century and is known as the most beautiful Rococo building in Prague. In 1768, the palace was purchased by Count Kinsky. The outer walls of the palace are mainly pink and white, and the roof is made of gray-red bricks. Against the background of other majestic buildings in Prague's old district, it is refreshed and expresses another style. Now, Kinsky Palace has been transformed into the Czech National Gallery, where various prints and modern art are displayed in the palace.