Včera a dnes – Jiřího z Poděbrad
Saint John statue guarding the Sarka valley, Prague-Dejvice.
The First republic news stand still standing in Prague-Stresovice.
Prague's secret domain. Prague-Bubenec.
Phoneless telephone booth corner: abandoned at Praha-Holesovice railway station
Repurchase of bottles. Prague-Kobylisy
The First republic fences and foryards. Prague-Zizkov.
Communist petroglyphs in Prague's metro. Hradcanska station. It says the all power in Czechoslovakia belongs to working class.
A kind of bizarre lighting of Serbian restaurant Jelica. Prague-Zlichov.
The first republic marketing tools remained visible till today on many houses.
The first republic advertising offering an apartment to rent.
The 70's interior of Charles University dorm at Kajetanka. Prague-Brevnov.
Many of the First republic business signes survived till today due to good quality of used colours.
One of the most fotogenic inner yards in Prague. Used million times by filmmakers. Dlouha street | Prague
The art deco interior of the pharmacy shop on IP Pavlova.
Lady Poldi: a Beatiful logo of once famous Czechoslovak steel making company Poldi Kladno. It remained on a house which used to be the companys headquarters. Anglicka street | Prague
White arrow sign meaning the direction to an WW2 anti raid shelter. It remained on a few Prague's houses till today. Prague-Bubenec.
Some of the Prague's passage ways are exceptional. Zizkov.