This imposing neo-Renaissance building is named after the successor to the Austrian throne, Crown Prince Rudolf Habsburg. It was built, in the second half of the nineteenth century, by the famous architects Josef Zítek and Josef Schulz (author also of the National Theatre, 1883), in a Prague neo-Renaissance style. During the 1st Republic (1918 - 1939), the Czechoslovak Parliament was situated here. In this beautiful building, the Classical Music Festival, which is called the Prague Spring, is organized each year. Inside, we highlight the Hall of Dvořák, the famous Czech musician from the nineteenth century, whose statue stands in front of the Rudolfinum.