Ranked 8 of 23 sightseeing in Prague

The Dancing House was designed by the Croatian-Czech architect Vlado Milunic in co-operation with the Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry. Designed by the architects at a vacant river-front plot, the edifice dates back to 1996.

Commenced in 1992, it took four years to complete. It is the nickname given to the Nationale-Nederlanden building in down-town Prague. Sometimes called the Drunk House, the building was originally named Fred and Ginger. This is because the house resembles a pair of dancers, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.

The modern glass building has curvy outlines. The city's leading restaurant, Celeste Restaurant, is located at the top floor of this edifice. Several multinational firms also occupy other floors of the building.

Karlovo Namesti (line B) connects to the site.

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