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About: This Baroque palace is located in Troja, Prague's north-west borough. It was built for the Counts of Sternberg from 1679 to 1691 and is mostly the work of French architect Jean Baptiste Mathey. The palace was bought in 1922 by the Czechoslovakian state, which started a restoration in the seventies. Today the palace hosts the 19th century Czech art collections of the City Gallery.
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