The Adria Palace, a few steps from Wenceslas Square, dates from the early ’20s. The detailed but sober decoration on the front marks it as classic Czech Rondocubism. Photo by Mark Baker.

Adria Palace, near Wenceslas Square, Prague, from the early 1920s. Understated decoration and precise lines make the style of architecture identifiable as classic Czech Rondocubism.

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