A Japanese take pictures with a Polaroid in the gardens located in front of the Café Lippert front of the Old Town Square. The Old Town Square (Czech: Staromestské nám?stí (help · info)) is a historic square in the Old Town of Prague in the Czech Republic. It is located between Wenceslas Square and the Charles Bridge, the Old Town Square in Prague is usually overrun with tourists during the summer. Featuring various architectural styles including the gothic Church of Our Lady before Tyn and baroque St. Nicholas Church, the square is an oasis for weary travelers in the narrow streets of Prague. Among many churches, tourists may find the Astronomical Clock this square, while the tower of the Old Town Hall offers a panoramic view of the Old City. In the center of the square is a statue of religious reformer Jan Hus, who was burned alive for their beliefs. The statue is known as John Hus Memorial was erected on July 6, 1915 on the 500th anniversary of his death. The square is not only a popular meeting place, she also performed in some celebrations (New Year) festivities market (Christmas and Easter), and protests. Sometimes shows hockey and soccer games on big screens, attracting a crowd of fans.