Brutal Prague architecture guide

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Brutal Prague is a guide to Prague’s leading architecture from the period of socialism featuring iconic buildings from the period of 1948 – 1989. Created by the collective A489, it helps locals and visitors alike to explore and discover classics such as the famous Kotva shopping mall, the New Stage complex of the National Theatre, the now demolished Transgas complex or Pragues futuristic TV tower, just to mention a few. Both the online and printed versions feature a database introducing the various buildings and a walking map. Design by Petr Bláha.

50° 04' 43.51" N
14° 26' 00.80" E

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