It's the birthplace of Kafka, the home of the Maharal and Golem legend, and the living memorial for centuries of Jewish people in Prague. Since the 13th century, this quarter has withstood everything from city demolitions to the Nazi occupation and remains a key historical part of Prague. It is one of the most well preserved Jewish historical monuments in Europe; six synagogues, the Old Jewish Cemetery, and the Old Jewish Town Hall remain unscathed and are now a part of the Jewish Museum in Prague. Even with its tumultuous history, the neighborhood has been a foundation and a haven for many of Prague’s greatest intellectuals.
U Staré školy, 110 00 Praha-Staré Město, Czechia