Doorways Around the World

Hotel Pariz

Mosaics decorate the main door to the Hotel Pariz in Prague, built in 1904 by Czech architect Jan Vejrych. The interior, and especially the Sarah Bernhardt Restaurant, are breathtaking examples of Art Nouveau architecture. Photographer: Passante of Picturing Washington DC. Taken in November 2004. This doorway is in Prague, Czech Republic.

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August 8, 2006 Posted by | architecture, Art Nouveau, Czech Republic, doorway, Europe, photoblog, transom | 1 Comment

Municipal House

Looking out through the doorway of Prague’s Municipal House, the city’s most prominent Art Nouveau building, and now a cultural center. The Municipal House was the site of the proclamation of the independent state of Czechoslovakia in 1918. Photographer: Passante of Picturing Washington DC. Taken in November 2004. This doorway is in Prague, Czech Republic.

August 3, 2006 Posted by | architecture, Art Nouveau, Czech Republic, doorway, Europe, photoblog, transom | Comments Off on Municipal House

Hotel Central

Hotel Central - Prague

The Art Nouveau entrance and facade of the Hotel Central. Photographer: Passante of Picturing Washington DC. Taken in November 2004. This doorway is in Prague, Czech Republic.

July 29, 2006 Posted by | architecture, Art Nouveau, Czech Republic, doorway, Europe, photoblog | Comments Off on Hotel Central

Art Nouveau Office

Entrance to an office building in Prague, one of the prime cities in the world to see Art Nouveau architecture.

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July 25, 2006 Posted by | Art Nouveau, Czech Republic, doorway, Europe, photoblog, transom | Comments Off on Art Nouveau Office