On this tour, your steps will lead you to significant places linked to the first 100 years of the Czeco-Slovak history, such as:
the “Art Nouveau Palaces ” – the palaces near Wenceslas Square, also called ‚heart of the Prague society‘, are the demonstration of the 1920’s modernist architectural wit and practicality combining ateliers, former apartments, bars, cinema and passageways.
the Memorials: Heores of Heydrichiade and of Victims of Communism – the story of the parachutists, the realizers of the world-known operation Anthropoid, was processed in the Czeco-British-French coproduction movie in 2016. The stage of the coup’s aftermath, the infamous church of the Saints Cyril and Methodius and its crypt, were turned into memorial.
Atelier of Josef Sudek – one of the most significant Czech photographers of the 40’s and 50’s of the last century, Josef Sudek, used to live and work in his atelier on the foothill of Petřín. The garden adjoining the atelier appears on most of the famous pieces of Sudek’s work. .
Kotva & My department stores – the specific ‚bee comb‘ ground plan of the geometric building of Kotva, and hi-tech architectonic style à la Parisian Centre Georges Pompidou of My department stores earned attention of the world construction experts.
Line A underground – this Prague underground line’s route is the most famous for the concave & convex decoration of the interiors of its stations, reminding of nature and historical importance of places under which the route goes.
Žižkov Television Tower – one piece of the post-communist face of Prague with construction ended in the democratic regime. One of the most controversial buildings of Prague, the fate of which partly reminding that of the Parisian Eiffel Tower, offers breathtaking and extraordinary views of Prague.