Cihelná 102/2

A fine example of an 18th century doorway in the Lesser Quarter, Malá Strana. Cihelná (Brickyard Street) takes its name from the building adjacent to number 102. Formerly a tannery and knacker’s yard, it was converted by František Herget in 1781. Today, that early factory complex houses a riverside restaurant as well as the Franz Kafka museum.