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House at the Black Madonna is a masterpiece of Czech Cubist architecture, the building was constructed from 1911–1912 according to designs by the Czech architect Josef Gočár.

Its name comes from the Baroque statue that is located on its corner. After a complete renovation the building has become home to a Museum of Decorative Arts exhibition about Cubism.

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The permanent exhibition presents the cross-section of Czech Cubism with a focus on interior design 1911-1914, overlapping until the early 1920s, on the two floors of the building.

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Old Town, Ovocný trh 19, Prague

Suggested Duration: one hour trip

Getting there
Náměstí Republiky (Prague Metro LINE B) 165 m
Můstek (Prague Metro LINE A,B) 206 m
Public Toilets nearby: 45 m
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