The Hotel Juliš (left) from 1932 is one of a handful of Functionalist buildings on central Wenceslas Square. Note the architectural diversity; the hotel stands next to a smaller 19th century neo-Renaissance palais (right). Photo by Mark Baker.

Hotel Juliš, a building from the Functionalist movement of architecture from 1932, in central Wenceslas Square, Prague. Immediately to the right is a 19th century Neo Renaissance palais.

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