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The walls of Roztyly station on Line C are covered in decorative ceramic motifs. These convex and concave tiles — in warm oranges and browns — were frequently used in the 1970s and instantly recall for many Czechs those dreary ‘normalization’ days after the 1968 Warsaw Pact invasion when communism appeared here to stay. Photo by Mark Baker.

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