You are in the middle of Ostruznicka Street at its exit into the Pekarska Street.
|The Promberger's house (no. 1), an original Renaissance building, was named after a publisher R. Promberger.
The burgher's house (no. 3) was originally a Gothic building with later additions of Renaissance and classicism.
The burgher's house (no. 22) was originally a Gothic building from 1469, rebuilt in Renaissance style in early 1700's.
|You can turn back to the Upper Square.|