Tagged: Alois Dryak

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Slezská 2000/9

Now the municipal court of Prague, this great ship of a building was constructed between 1926 and 1928 as the headquarters of the national Tobacco Company. As a young man, the architect, Alois Dryák, had been responsible for...

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Výstaviště Exhibition Grounds

In 1791 a vast outdoor exhibition took place in Prague to mark the coronation (as King of Bohemia) of the Holy Roman Emperor Leopold II. The celebrations included the first performance of Mozart’s penultimate opera, La Clemenza di...

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Václavské náměstí 825/27: Meran Hotel

The Meran Hotel, Wenceslas Square: designed by Alois Dryák and Jan Letzel, and constructed between 1895 and 1906. Directly abutting on this building is another fine example of contemporary art nouveau work, the Grand Hotel Europa.

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Václavské náměstí 826/25: Grand Hotel Evropa

The Grand Hotel Evropa on Wenceslas Square, originally built in 1889, was renovated in the Art Nouveau style between 1903 and 1905 by Bedřich Bendelmayer and Alois Dryák. Adjacent is the Meran Hotel from the same period. Among...