Masonic Symbols in Prague

Prague is a city with a rich history, which is reflected in its architecture. When wandering through the different parts of this beautiful city, much symbolism can be spotted on the buildings.

Some of these symbols seem Masonic. Without any doubt, not all of them are actually genuine Masonic. Some might be, and others are without any doubt.

On these pages, we present a number of buildings, with symbolism which might be Masonic. It needs thorough research of the history of the individual buildings to determine whether the symbolism found on it is genuinely meant Masonic. Therefore, we are at this moment not able to claim without doubt whether a symbol is or is not Masonic.

Nevertheless, the gallery presented here offers an interesting overview of what can be discovered in Prague, when one pays attention to the details.

“Bertramka” is the villa in Prague where Mozart was a frequent guest. Bertramka is now a museum dedicated to the memory of Mozart and to the former owners and Mozart’s hosts: Mr and Mrs Dusek.