You are facing the Wurmova Street, in its middle it is possible to depart to the left to the Bishops Square.
|The vicar's house (no. 1) was originally a Renaissance building and the street is named after a vicar Ignac Wurm, who had lived here.
The Canons' residence (no. 7) is a baroque building from 1681-1705, decorated with frescos in the third quarter of the 18th century.
The archbishop's residence (no. 9) was built in 1665 - 1685 on a Renaissance bishops' palace.
The Canons' residence (no. 11) is a four wing baroque building from the third quarter of the 17th century. It contains a preserved Renaissance room from the late 1500's.
The Canons' residence (no. 13) is a four wing, late Gothic, building from the end of the 15th century.
|You can turn right to the corner of the streets Wurmova and Krizkovskeho or left to the Krizkovskeho Street.|