The Morzin Palace on Nerudova street in Malá Strana (now the Romanian Embassy) is a classic example of high baroque, with its hyper-realistic statues of two Moors holding up a balcony. Photo by Mark Baker.

High Baroque Morzin Palace, now the Romanian Embassy in Prague, on Nerudova Street in Lesser Town, or Malá Strana, identifiable through hyper-realistic statues holding up the balcony.

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