Photographer's Note

After London let's take a little break and go to Prag. Not only does it allow me to add one touch of color on my travelling map, but this is a place i particularly liked.
This shot was taken at the bottom of the Venceslas square. It is called the Koruna palace, because of the top of its angle tower, that looks like a crown. Antonin Pfeiffer (1879-1938) succeeded, in the modification of this office and business building in 1931-1932 to include and mix Art nouveau and constructivist elements.
This is personally one of my favorite buildings in Prag, together with the one I am posting today on Treklens. Please tell me which one is your favorite of the two.

Photo scanned after a slide.

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Additional Photos by Eric LE PARC (eleparc) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2146 W: 83 N: 2109] (24063)
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