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Art Nouveau Prague by Liz Fisher

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The Art Nouveau style has influenced the face of Prague and left us many beautiful buildings and their stunning interiors.&nbsp; The style was developed by a brilliant generation of artists, designers and architects, and Alfons Mucha belongs among the most distinguished Czech visual artists of the Art Nouveau movement.<br>
Municipal House (Obecni Dum) is a civic building that houses Smetana Hall, a celebrate concert venue, in Prague and was proclaimed a national heritage building.&nbsp; The Cafe at Municipal House is certainly one of the most beautiful cafes in Prague.&nbsp; <br>
Grand Hotel Evropa is located on famous Wenceslav Square in right downtown of Prague.&nbsp; The hotel was originally built in 1889 and rebuilt in 1903-1905 in Art Nouveau style.&nbsp; The unique interior of the hotel and its restaurants and cafe have appeared in various film productions, for example in movie "Mission Imposibble" with Tom Cruise.<br>
Praha Hlavni nadrazi is the largest and most important railway station in Prague and is located a walking distance from the famous Wenceslav Square.&nbsp; The Art Nouveau station buildings and station hall were built between 1901-1909 and extended during communist government.&nbsp; The station was recently, and new facilities include all day luggage storage, bookstores, pharmacies, and restaurants.<br>
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Hotel Paris was built in 1904 by well-known architect Jan Vejrych.&nbsp; Even though the hotel has been more than 100 years old, the building retains the beauty of Art Nouveau style.&nbsp; The hotel was declared a historical monument in 1984 and certainly belongs among other the most remarkable Prague sights.<br>
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