Agricultural education represents hops on the left and grapevines on the right. The House of Agricultural Education, Slezská Street no. 100 (Josef Gočár, Otto Gutreund, 1926)
One of the most beautiful of Prague's door. The First Czech General Reinsurance Bank, today the Goethe-Institut, Masarykovo nábřeží no. 32 (Jiří Stibral, Ladislav Šaloun, 1905)
When portal was still a sculptural piece of art. Employee Health Insurance Pension Institute, Dittrichova Street no. 337
Only life insurance is proof of love to family, guaranteeing to multiply your assets and a pillar of old age! The Koruna Palace on the Wenceslas Square (Antonín Pfeiffer, 1914)
The time when taxes were called “berně” in Czech. The State Land Office at Myslíkova Street.
The magic of Floral Art Nouveau. Block of flats on Masarykovo nábřeží. no 234
Even a dragon can be sexy.
As if the metal actually grew. Vinohrady Theatre on the Peace Square (Alois Čenský, 1907)
The reinforcement of the Baroque bastion. Vyšehrad Fortress (17th century)
Monogram of the homeowner, Bohuslav Schnirch, in Mikovcova Street no. 548 (Bohuslav Schnirch, 1874)
Thematic decoration of the Telephone Exchange in Fibichova Street no. 1500 in Žižkov (Bohumír Kozák, 1925)
Water goblin in Haštalská quarter.
At the time when famous czech architect Kotěra still enjoyed Art Nouveau. The Peterka House on the Wenceslas Square no. 777 (Jan Kotěra, 1899)
Peter Parler, master of the Gothic style. St. Vitus Cathedral at Prague Castle (1356-93)
Kilian Ignac Dientzenhofer, a master of the Baroque era. The St. Nicholas Church in the Lesser Town (1703-52)
The main hall of the Main Station or the magic of iron structures (J. Marjanko, R. Kornfeld, 1909)
Perfect synthesis of the old and new, the Prague “sokol” in Legerova Street (Ignác Ullmann, 1863)