The New Royal Palace is the name for a set of buildings in the Western part of Prague Castle with a uniform facade, rebuilt in Baroque Classicism by Maria Theresa.
It is a representative castle seat, which even overshadowed the original Old Royal Palace, partly. The first floor with several lounges and halls serves the purposes of representation and the office of the President of the Republic. Among the significant premises included in the New Royal Palace, there is, for example, the Spanish Hall, Rudolph’s Gallery, Pacassi Staircase and the Throne Hall. When the head of state is present, the Standard of the President of the Republic is hung on the roof of the Palace.