At the northern edge of Karlovo náměstí, the New Town Hall has a late-Gothic tower similar to that of the Old Town Hall, plus three tall Renaissance gables. The first defenestration in Prague occurred here on July 30, 1419, when a mob of townspeople, followers of the martyred religious reformer Jan Hus, hurled Catholic town councilors out the windows. Historical exhibitions and contemporary art shows are held regularly in the gallery, and you can climb the tower for
a view of the New Town. As in Old Town, this town hall is a popular venue for weddings.
23 Karlovo nám., at Vodičkova, Prague, Bohemia, 128 00, Czech Republic