House at the Good Shepherd

This four-storey Rococo house was built in the 1760's to fill a wedge-shaped area between two converging streets. It has an extremely narrow front, one roome and a staircase wide, and is regarded as one of the most attractive houses in Bratislava.

It got its name from the statue of Christ ('the Good Shepherd') inset into the corner of the building. Today it houses a Museum of Clocks with a unique exhibition of sixty historical clocks.