Kongresové centrum - congress center in Prague. Czech Brutalism & neofunctionalism 1976-81.
It's a nice relief of the wolf feeding Romulus & Remus. Summer house of queen Anne. High renaissance 1538-65 Paolo della Stella and Bonufác wolmut.
Kostel nejsvětějšího srdce Páně - Church of the lightest heart of the God. Church was built in 1932 by the slovenian architect Jože Plečnik on the square Jiřího z Poděbrad.
There's a famous Cubist Lantern by the architect Emil Králíček. It' on Jungmannovo náměstí (Jungmann square). Project from 1912.
Kostel svatého Mikuláše na Staroměstském náměstí - Saint Nicholas Church on the Old town square is built in 1732 - 37 (high baroque) by Kilián Ignác Dientzenhofer.
Villa Pojana by Andrea Palladio - It's my favourite because of an entrance and overall it's different than others Palladio's villas. It was built in 1548-49.
Palace Adria designed by Pavel Janák in 1924 - Pavel Janák is one of my favourites czech architects. His rondocubism is stunning. By the way cubist architecture is tipical only for czechoslovak lands. It was National style of the First republic of Czechoslovakia.
Dům u kamenného zvonu - Stome bell house - On the Old town square stands this gothic house from the 14th century. Legends say that in this house was born Charles IV. the king of Bohemia and the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. Now there is National Gallery in Prague.
Baldacchino di San Pietro - Saint Peter's Baldachin in same named Basilica in the Vatican City. Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini was the most famous sculptor of classic baroque style, you'll hear about him, i promise.
Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore - Of course i had to upload this masterpiese of Tuscan gothic and early renaissance. The dome was designed by Filippo Brunelleschi in 1418.