The Vrtbovský palace in Prague’s Lesser Town district, which also used to belong to the Thurn und Taxis noble family, will be reconstructed into a university building after more than a decade of standing vacant. Prague 1 authorities will invest 143 million crowns in the reconstruction of the building, which will be rented out to the private Anglo-American University, which already occupies a number of buildings in the surrounding area. The Thurn-Taxis or Vrtbovský palace was built at the end of the 17th century and belonged to a number of European noble families.
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