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Praha I

Sat 11.03.2000 – Sun 12.03.2000

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A Two day tour of Prague. Viewing the most important constructions in Czech modern architecture from 1910-1938. The tour lends insight into the multi-faceted construction of this era. The spectrum ranges from architectonic Cubism and Neue Bauen (New Construction) to unconventional positions within the modern architecture movement.

Saturday, March 11, 2000:

Villa Fric, 1934-1935: Ladislav Zak
Heart of Jesus Church, 1928-1932: Joze Plecnik

Sunday, March 12, 2000:

Community of Commissioned Buildings BABA, 1930-1932: Pavel Janak (Concept), Josef Gocar, Jiri Palicka, Antonin Heythum, Jan E. Koula, Evzen Linhart, Mart Stam, Hana Kucerova-Zaveska, Oldrich Stary, Ladislav Zak among others
Villa Baarova, 1937: Ladislav Zak
Villa Müller, 1928-1930: Adolf Loos, Karel Lhota
Afterwards: A walk to business buildings and passages in the Prag city center.

Meeting: Saturday, March 11, 2000: 07.45 A.M. on time (!!!) at the Main Entry Gate of the Museum Quarter Vienna
Departure: 8.00 A.M.
Arrival in Vienna: Sunday, March 12, 2000, approx. 11 P.M.
Take along a valid passport and Czech currency !

Advanced reservation and ticket pick-up required.
Tour guides and concept: Monika Platzer, Klaus Spechtenhauser

Tickets include bus, hotel, lunch package, breakfast, and two dinners.
Single bedroom: ATS 2.500.- / Double bedroom: ATS 2.300.- (per person)