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Prague Cubism and Art Nouveau Walking Tour

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Prague Cubism and Art Nouveau Walking Tour
See the unique Cubist and Art Nouveau buildings in Prague. Cubism in architecture is not really common - find the examples in the Prague city centre, Art Nouveau was popular between 1900-1914 in the central Europe, many (representative) buildings in Prague are built in this style.

Find the uniqueness and world rarity in Prague: Cubism in architecture and the beautiful Art Nouveau style. Have a coffee in the Cubist café in the centre of Prague (included)!

The buildings at the Old Town (around Paris street) and the New Town (around the Wenceslas Square and the National Avenue) were built or reconstructed mostly in 1895-1914, many of them in the Art Nouveau style. In other words, we will be walking around the city centre.

Cubism in architecture - that is something that you won´t find in any other city around the world. Find the Cubist buildings and other street elements in the center of Prague.

- some of the buildings that will pass and talk about: Grand Hotel Evropa, Hotel Meran, Vodi?kova street, Wenceslas square, Lucerna passage, Main train station, Municipal house, assanation of the Jewish ghetto and rebuilding in neo-historism and Art Nouveau - Paris street, Prague City hall, National Avenue street, House of the Black Madonna - Cubist museum and café, Cubist street lamp at Jungmannovo square, Law faculty of the Charles University, Palace Diamant.


Learn about the beginnings of Art Nouveau:
Where and why it started in Europe
Why it was not well received at the beginning in Prague (at least as an architectural style)
What was the aim of the movement
What is the Municipal house - really a pure example of Art Nouveau or not really?

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See the unique Cubist and Art Nouveau buildings in Prague. Cubism in architecture is not really common - find the examples in the Prague city centre, Art Nouveau was popular between 1900-1914 in the central Europe, many (representative) buildings in Prague are built in this style.