So many mornings I ended up in the Wallenstein Garden with the book ‘Magic Prague’ in my hands, that I somehow made them mine. There was only one place in the complex that broke my peace: a dark wall covered in carvings of vermin, devils and strange creatures.
The Wallenstein gardens are part of Wallenstein Palace, which since 1992 belongs to the Czech Senate. The palace is a great example of Baroque architecture, both the building and its surroundings, beautifully decorated in the French style and with perfectly organized gardens that feature a beautiful concert hall decorated with fountains, Mannerist sculptures and many other ornamentals elements.
This photograph of Wallenstein Garden is part of Project 57, the artistic project that we make from the BoHo Hotel to show new corners and new perspectives of Prague. You can find it in a large-scale format in room 108 of our hotel.