This huge, gloomy castle is now a center of the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art Exhibition venue. The seven, 1928th The Oldržiha Tila and Joseph Fuksa building designed is definitely Prague functionalism absolute masterpiece. It’s not too obvious when viewed from the outside, but inside, where the great 19th – 20th century Czech and European art collection, it becomes clear. This huge glass facade building famous modernist architect Le Corbusier described as “breathtaking”. It has four floors, and you can easily spend a whole day here. The main exhibition hall is used for its original purpose – trade fairs.