Prague Cubism Photo Walking Tour

CZK 1105CZK 5566
From about EUR 43.64

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The tour takes place daily if there is a sufficient number of people interested.
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A Professional photographer and architecture enthusiast will take you to 6-15 CZ Cubist Architecture Sites. Some will be famous locations and many will be ones that are off the beaten path that most people don’t visit. I’m a photographer so I know the best viewing angles.

Around 1910, a unique form of cubism appeared in Czech architecture with crystalline and round derivations of geometric shapes. Czech architects were the only ones in the world to also apply cubist forms to architecture. The main Czech leading architects of the cubism era were Josef Gocar, who designed the House of the Black Madonna. Another well-known cubist architect was Josef Chochol that built the some of the “Most Cubist Looking”, Although he later moved on to constructivism and then functionalism, Chochol’s cubist contribution is very important.

Cubist architecture was an avant-garde style that had its moment of splendour before and after the First World War in Bohemia and Austria, although it never became popular in the rest of Europe. This is why the cubist architecture of Prague is quite unique.

As an important parallel, throughout the walk, we visit examples of Prague’s Cubist and Rondocubist architecture, including The House of the Black Madonna (created by Josef Gočár in 1910 as an urbane department store) and the Legion’s Bank. In many respects, Prague’s Cubist architecture (a building style unknown outside of the Czech Republic) surpassed even Art Nouveau as a statement of the city’s newfound sense of modern sophistication and resurgent national identity.

The Tour will be full of enthusiasm and facts as we think outside of the “box”… Cubism to be Exact!

List of locations

Meeting Point
House of the Black Madonna In front of the building ( also Museum of CZ Cubism in Old Town)

House of the Black Madonna
Make sure to get there 30-60 min. early to view the MUSEUM OF THE CZECH CUBISM and Grand Café Orient

Czechoslovak Legion Bank
Explore inside Rondocubism building by architect Josef Gočár in 1919

Cubist Street Lamp
Only one in the World!

Wander through side streets and Passages to next location – see several Rondo-Cubist buildings and I will point out other important details

Diamond House
Cubism built by architect Emil Králíček in 1912-13

Cubist Houses below Vyšehrad
View Several locations as we wind below Vyšehrad and along the river

End Point
we will finish at Náplavka Riverwalk (between Výtoň and Palackého náměstí Tram Stops) where we can have a drink and discuss the Awesome Cubist Tour that just blew your mind.
The Prague Cubism Photo Walking Tour is designed for all photographers.

What’s Included:

  • Guided photography walk through Prague
  • Assistance of a skilled photographer
  • Recommendation of composition, exposure time, shutter, and other settings

What’s Not Included:

  • Lessons of camera handling
  • Transport from/to accommodation
  • How to set recommended settings on each camera

Strongly recommended equipment:

  • Camera
  • Lenses covering approx. (focal length converted to fullframe):
    • 24mm and 50mm
  • Lightweight tripod
  • Full replacement battery
  • Rain wear
  • Gloves (in winter)
No additional charges.