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The Legio Bank Building, designed by Cubist architect wunderkind Josef Gočár in 1921, is the purest example of Czech Rondocubism. The ornate facade depicts the Czech Foreign Legion and its battles in Russia during WWI. Photo by Mark Baker.

The Legio Bank Building, designed by Cubist architect Josef Gočár in 1921, is the purest example of Czech Rondocubism, found in Prague.

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