Building Palace Adria is an important architectural dominant the capital city of Prague. It was built in years 1923 - 1924 for the insurance company Réunione Adriatica di Sicurta.
Čimická 848/41, Praha 8
Šutka Aqua Centre has some of the most advanced Swimming facilities in Prague and the Czech Republic. Šutka Aqua Centre was opened to the public in December 2012
Blanická 1008/28, Praha 2
The building at 28 Blanická, Prague 2 is located on the corner of Blanická street and Vinohradská street with the entrance from Blanická street.
Celetná 594/19 a 593/21, Praha 1
The buildings at 19 and 21 Celetná, Prague 1 are listed cultural monuments, located in the Prague Historical Reserve and are UNESCO monuments as well.
House of Lords of Kunštát and Poděbrady
Řetězová 222/3, Praha 1
The building called Dům pánů z Kunštátu a Poděbrad is listed as a cultural monument and it is a unique and distinguished building due to the fact that it is one of the best preserved Romanesque houses in Prague.
Hudební divadlo Karlín
Křižíkova 283/10, Praha 8
The historical building of the theatre Hudební divadlo Karlín is an important Baroque Revival building, interiors of which corresponds to early Vienna Art Nouveau.