A typical facade along the attractively tree-lined Londýnská (London Street), part of the residential district of Vinohrady. This particular example combines neoclassical elements and horizontal borders with vertical rondocubist motifs.
One of the most fascinating aspects of Prague’s urban plan is the way in which streetnames have been altered to reflect the changing history of the region. A good example can be found here. At the time it...
A fine 1904 example of a historicist doorway in the residential district of Vinohrady, combining elements of classical, baroque and art nouveau. The street is named after the academic painter Jaroslav Čermák.
The lack of fresh paint lends a particularly impressive air to this neo-baroque building on Vrsovice’s elegant Kodaňská street.
Number 4 was built at the start of the twentieth century when the street was known simply as ‘U Divadla’ (Theatre Street) after the nearby Vinohrady Theatre. Later the street was renamed in honour of František Šubert, director...
A figure clad in historic dress stands guard over a handsome neo-renaissance apartment building in Zagreb Street in Prague’s Vinohrady district.