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Museum of Czech Cubism/House of the Black Madonna

Ovocný trh 569/19, 110 00 Prague-Prague 1, Czech Republic

420 224 236 378

The first and most famous example of cubist architecture in Prague, the Museum of Czech Cubism was designed and built in 1912, and is a definite must for art lovers. Located in the Old Town neighborhood known for Baroque architecture, the stark building was a daring departure from the norm by Czech architect Josef Gočár, a risk that only adds to the museum’s significance. Also referred to as the House of the Black Madonna, the museum offers an aesthetic experience beginning with the imposing façade and drawn out in gallery after gallery filled with cubist pieces from 1910-19.

Written by Emma Pierce

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