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Ořechovka – a district as an exhibition of modern architecture of 20′s and 30′s

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There had once been a beautiful baroque garden with a chateau of aristocrat John Christopher Borek on the territory of today’s residential area of Orechovka (literal translation in English = Nutty Liquor). The garden was designed as the French style park with sculptures. Borek´s villa with the garden disappeared in 1742during an artillery battle between the French army occupying Prague and the German army in the so called “Austrian heritage war”Then a place of the former garden served as artillery stores and artillery laboratories (this is evidenced by a number of names of local streets (Artillery StreetArsenal Street , At Laboratory Street)
Red sign:”Artillery Street”, Blue sign: “Barracks in place. In the western part of the street (between the  At Laboratory Street and Connected Sreetare still barrackswhere artillerymen used to be “

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Establishment of the Czechoslovak Republic in 1918 caused fundamental change for the area of the formerBorek´s garden - the construction of a large residential area. The needs of the capital included housing ensuring for new ministries officials and also construction of new embassies. Name of the new colony -Orechovka originated from the former designation Borekovkalike Borek´s garden.
When the Ministry of Public Works has announced a tender for the construction of family houses for “BuildingCooperative for Government and Other Public Employees” in 1919the area between Buštěhradská railwayand road Střešovická was destined for garden city of “howard” type. Houses in this new location should, accordning to the intent, contain about 15of one-room and the same number of four-room flats,  two-and three-room flats dominated - by 35%.
The tender was attended by many well-known and (at that time) far less well-known Czech architects, among them Jindrich FreiwaldBohumil Hübschmann, Frantisek Vahala, Eduard Hnilicka and Ladislav MachonOne of the conditions of tender  was to ensure ownership of a part of a yard and a garden for each apartmentVariation of the house types - terraced, semi-detached and detached should prevent monotony of built-up area. The winning  project of the tender (designed by architect Jaroslav Vondrak and Jan Senkyr)  became the basis for a definitive layout of this urban residential area.
Bird´s eye view of Ořechovka
Bird´s eye view of Ořechovka

Particular parts of the development were mostly designed and implemented in accordance with modifiedtypes of houses designed by architects who were in the tender at the forefrontIn this way uniformity was avoided quite successfully. The greater part of terraced houses in Klidna (Quiet) Street and Delostrelecka (Artillery) Street was designed by Jindrich Freiwalda number of houses in Zapadni (West) Street and Lomena (Broken) Street by Jaroslav Vondrak (who shows himself as a modernist related to the so-called cottage houses - villas of English garden townswhich represented one of the lines of the Pragueurbanism  of 20th), houses in the Pod Vyhlídkou (Under Vista) Street by Eduard Hnilicka, houses in Na Klinku ( On the Wedge) Street and Pod Orechovkou Street by Bohumil Hübschmann, in Delostrelecka (Artillery) Street and Zbrojnicka (Arsenal) Street Frantisek Vahala, etc. It is noteworthy that this first wave of construction (1920 – 1922) situationally almost perfectly correspondes with the layout of Vondrak and Senkyrproposal for the tender.

The original building plan of Ořechovka
The original building plan of Ořechovka
Villas arose around the original Orechovka during the twenties, however this time mostly on individualdesignes. In the same period residential villas were built in Pod Hradbami (Below Walls) street. Construction of villas continued further west to Veleslavin in the thirtiesDuring the inter-war period Orechovka became one of the best locations for living. 
Stresovice is said to be artists districtyet in your walk you will be surprised how many painters and sculptors,whose names are known and famous, lived there. But the situation in Stresovice is similar to that in other parts of Prague - no ‘Stresovice’ art, even if you can not conceal that many of paintersfor example VincentBenes or Karel Holan (in Stresovickyfound interesting motifs also in Brevnov and in Stresovice. Orechovka,however, was for most artists just a nice, quiet and relatively calm address, like for other for instance Sporilov.
By way of introduction  I offer a situation map of the walk connecting all major monuments inOrechovka (about four hoursof course the walk can also be shortened):
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Our walk starts right on the square in front of the central building on the main square 

„Main“ (Machar) square
Residental area Orechovka (originally Vorechovkawas designed from the town planning point of view homogenously   (1919-1929), and therefore, of course, the central square was taken into consideration since the very beginning. The central square is situated to the south of the so-called central building, whichbecame a commercial and social center of the residential colonyThe square  was completed in 1926. The name “Main Square” was not just an unofficial nameAccording to the original project the school should be built on the square in front of the central buildingLater, however, it was proven that for children fromOrechovka will suffice three-storey school building in the nearby old Stresovice. Yet garden townseparated with undeveloped territory from other buildings of Stresovice, needed a central spaceA definitive design of the areawhich proposed the permanent preservation of square function, was worked out by architect AloisDryak and was implemented in 1927. Tennis courts, playground and toboggan runs were sensitively located in the middle of the park.  Memorial to the fallen in the First World War was erected in the top of the square.The area was given an official name -  Na Orechovce (On Orechovka) Square - in 1930.  In 1960th the name was changed to the Machar’s Square in tribute to poet Josef Svatopluk Machar, who lived for many years in a villa in the near Cukrovarnická (Sugar Mill) Street.The central building

Na Ořechovce 30b, Stresovice 250
The central building, or  “club and consumer” building, designed by Jaroslav Vondrak in 1921 and builtconcurrently with residential houses, became a commercial and social center of the colonyAs you can see, architect Vondrak, when creating its main facade facing the Machar square,  oscillated on pyramidal andcubist forms interface.
The central building under construction
The central building under construction

A number of shops, markets, cinema, restaurantcafe with a wine bar and physicians found their rooms in new central buildingIn 1927 the social significance of this building even further increased due to extension with a new theater and a dance hallAlso, there was a library, post office and clubroomThis is the kind of first form in today’s concept of the “amenities” – the core of this residential complex.

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Continue passing the passage with movie theater, one of the few traditional pre-war cinemaswhich still has not stopped its operationIn the suburbs of Prague today we can find operating besides cinema Orechovkaonly Aero cinema in ŽiŽkov and Oko (Eye) cinema in Holesovice, but only one of them Orechovkaoffers movies and theater programs together.

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Art Deco Movie Theater
Art Deco Movie Theater

We get to the very core of the original “Vorechovka”  in the style of English garden cities so calledcottage”being built since 1919i.e. we are passing Spojená (Connected) Street.

Houses in the Spojená (Connected) Street

Houses in the Spojená (Connected) Street
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We are walking on leftwards through Dělostřelecká (Artillery) and to the right through Klidná (Quiet) Street
The intersection of the two streets creates here a triangular squarewhich is the core area of ​​standardizedsmall houses built in the style of rondocubismThis style can be seen only in the Czech lands. This is actually a Czech variation of an international  art deco styleIt is interesting that art deco style proper occurs in theCzech inland very rarely ( replaced just by rondocubism). Art deco on the contrary, is strongly to be found in the former Sudetenlandwhere the prevailing German population prefered art deco clear to functionalism throughout the 20th and 30th.
After the establishment of the new Czechoslovak Republic edge, toe and gray in architecture were  declaredin areas with a predominance of Czech settlement  as defeated Germanic character, while roundness and color were attributed to winning SlavsThe pyramidal cubism finished,  colored “national style“, also known as rondocubism, arc-shaped cubismCzech art deco style or Legiobank style, ( according to the most importantbuildings built in this style) succeeded . It may seem that this style has more names than completedstructures.
Houses in rondocubism style
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At the end of a quiet street we are turning left to Pod Orechovkou Street and Pod Vyhlidkou Street  into Lomena Street.
Houses designed by Jaroslav Vondrák and Jan Šenk in the years 1920 – 1922  imitate English cottages morphology of garden towns - Bedford Park, Hampstead and Letchfordwith their typical triangular gablesnarrow rectangular windows, high chimneys and half-timbered masonry bond.
Terraced houses in Lomená (Angled) Street
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 We are turning right to Na Orechovce street, the main Orechovka artery, where we are meeting beautifulhouses decorated with Art Deco shaped grapes
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…and a romantic villa “from the Californian cliff “…
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 and we are going on around the green belt surrounding the northwestern part of Orechovka and among trees we can see a representative neo-baroque villa
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…then turning left into the street Sugarwhich is here not so important thoroughfare as in the eastern part of Ořechovka.
Before we will get to the  sculptor Bretislav Benda´s villa please notice the interesting functionalist villa 53/777with a harp symbol.
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Břetislav Benda´s house

Cukrovarnická 51, Střešovice 778

Bretislav Benda (1897 – 1983), one of the major sculptors of the 20th Czech century, lived and worked in the house. He was a pupil of Josef Vaclav Myslbek and Jan Stursa and a member of the Association of FineArtists. Artistic expression Břetislava Bendy can be best to be describe by his own words: “I do not know motive rarer than the human body, and especially feminine.” He modeled mainly bronze and marble statues of the female body.

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Josef Svatopluk Machar´s house
Cukrovarnická 41, Střešovice 650

Josef Svatopluk Machar (1864 – 1942)who was living in this house since 1929, was a well-known poet, novelist, journalist and satirist

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We are turning left to the street Pod Vyhlídkou, which we are walking through into Na Dračkách streetAlong parallel streets - StřesovickáCukrovarnickáNa Ořechovce and Na Dračkách construction of almost exclusively family houses took place in the 20th and 30th.
Villa with Vaclav Spála´s studio
Na Dračkách 5, Stresovice 755
Paintergraphic artist and illustrator Vaclav Spala (1885-1946) ordered deseign of his Stresovice villa by hiscolleague from the Association of Fine Artists - architect Otakar Novotný.
Vaclav Spala was painter of deep folk inspiration, his art sprung from perfectly ingrained impulses folk environment and creation. His work was based on fauvism, and later was influenced by cubismfrom which he diverged after 1923when he began to paint particularly landscapesThis period of his work is known as the green period. The highlight of Spala´s nature painting  is the blue period when he used thiscolor in many shades. Vaclav Spála’s House combined living and working function i.e. it contained five-members family apartment  and a painting studioAfter the death of Vaclav Spala wife Janedaughter Eva, and sons George and John inherited a house.
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Architect Otakar Novotny, who focused himself on  Dutch type brick architecture of rough walling - that isas we shall seein Orechovka numerically very significant - Otakar Novotny designed this interesting house in 1931 - 1932.

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Alfred Justitz´s Vila

Na Dračkách 7, Stresovice 755

The neighboring villa for Alfred Justitz, also in the rough walling kind, but not with original windows, is the work of Frantisek Antonin Libra of 1931.

Alfred Justitz (1879 – 1934) was the representative of the founding generation of Czech modernpainting, major graphic designer and illustrator. He was a member of the Association of Fine Artists “Manes” and exhibited with the group “Tvrdosijni”(Dogged). His poster creation can be found in many galleries. As a major kynolog he was an enthusiastic promoter of the  boxers breed.

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We are passing by the other villas in  Na Dračkách street with valuable villa area.
Elegant semidetached house No. 8,10 / 772,773 in purist style was designed by architect Antonin Mendl in 1934.

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Also larger villa built by architect Alois Mikuskovic No.12/774 in 1933 has a somewhat austere but elegant look.

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We are crossing V pruhledu (In Vista) boulevard, which  are similar to green framework of Slunna (Sunny) Street on the east side of Orechovka and in follow-up part of Na Drackach street No. 25/847 we can see the house in which painter, printmaker, illustrator and writer Vaclav Fiala (1896-1980) lived and worked . This is a cube-shaped family housewith the superior staircase at the entrance on the north sidewhich is not very much structured by holes. The house was designed by architect Pavel Simonov in 1934.

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From Na Dračkách Street we are turning back to Střešovická avenue.

Functionalist house No. 64/858 was designed by architect Karel Stráník in 1936 It is a large building withfunctionalist southern street frontage. Part of the roof is bowed and has a stepped gable.

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Architect Jan Gillar built in the same year the villa No. 56/854 with the covered entrance and unusual hippedroof.

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Czech painter Miloslav Holý had an apartment and a studio in neighbouring house No.54/853.

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Functionalist house No. 44/746 was designed by architect Otakar Chodounsky in 1932.

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We are turning  back down through Zapadni Street to Lomena streetOn the leftcorner with the Cukrovarnicka Streetwhich is already a wide boulevard on this place we can find:

Vincenc Benes´s House
Cukrovarnicka 24, Stresovice 492

Czech painter Vincent Benes (1883-1979) lived and worked in the houseBenes wasa member of the Czech Academy of Sciences and ArtsAssociation of Fine Artists“Manes” and Association “Eight”. First, his work has influenced by cubism andfauvismin the next period he focused on realistic oil paintings influenced byneoclassicismThe house was built by architect Pavel Janak in the for Orechovka popular Dutch style” with rough walling on the facade in 1923.

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Further in Lomena street:

Semi-detached Villa of Emil Filla and Frantisek Krejci
Lomena 10,12, Stresovice 493,494

For the Cubist painter, graphic artist and sculptor Emil Filla and psychologist FranzKrejci was  designed again by Pavel Janak in 1923 -1924 semi-detached villa in the same style as Vincent Benes´s villa.

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Emil Filla (1882 – 1953) worked in a wide variety of professions - but he wasprimarily a painter and printmakerHowever, he is also known as a sculptor, editor,theorist, diplomat, organizer and collector. He shaped the direction of Czech culturalevents shortly before the 1st World War and especially during the inter-war period.

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Frantisek Krejci (1858 – 1934) was a psychologist and one of the few Czechpositivist philosophers. He is considered the founder of modern Czech psychology.

We are returning to Na Orechovce Street and turning right.

Kafka´s Villa
Na Orechovce 41, Stresovice 484

Villa of sculptor Bohumil Kafka (1878-1942) was also designed by architect PavelJanak  .

Kafka’s works are jewel of Czech Art Nouveau - Symbolist sculptureKafkafamiliarwith Art Nouveau, accepted the suggestions of symbolismnaturalism andimpressionism and created several works of art in which art style of 19th and 20century meet in original way. Art historians, however, particularly highlight hissculptures with quite distinctive symbolist inspiration.

Among the important Kafka´s realizations we have to mention at least the largestequestrian statue in the world - Jan Zizka Memorial for the National Monument on Vitkov hillBohumil Kafka worked as a professor in School of Applied Arts inPrague and the Academy of Fine Arts. He was also a respected member of manyinternational art societies. Together with his teacher Stanislav Sucharda Kafkaworked on the  Palacky Monument on the same square. Thus it was a mutual honor, if the villa for sculptor Bohumil Kafka was designed by architect Pavel Janak.

Kafka´s Marriage left no heirsThe artist´s widow bequeathed the villa to her carer,whose family has been owning it since 1965 to the present day

The villa belongs to a set Janákových buildings (villas of Vincent BenesEmil Filla,Frantisek Krejci and Bohumil Kafkawhich were implemented for the Building Co-operative of Artists and Writers in Orechovka in the years 1923-1924The architectwas inspired by the sober Dutch architecture of the rough walling of red bricks.Above the original entrance door we will see stone bustsOn the right side there is asculpture studiowhich ceiling is used as a roof terrace.

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Spaniel´s Villa

Na Orechovce 35, Stresovice 487

The sculptor Otakar Spaniel have a beautiful art deco villa built by the architect Ladislav Machoň on the corner of the main square and Na Orechovce street.

Otakar Spaniel (1881 – 1955) was a famous sculptor, medalist and woodcarver. His work was based on Art Nouveau style. First frequent topic of his works were athletes in addition to traditional acts. Creation of world-class relief d ominates in his work. He dealt with the creation of medals, portraits, plaques and coins. The one crown coin from 1921 belongs among the most prized and beautiful world coins.

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In the square we turn up Zapadni (West) Street and immediately adjacent villa is:

Jaroslav Vondrak´s own Villa
Zapadni 21, Stresovice 488

Builder and architect of the villa dating from 1923 – 1924 with the completion of the 1930  is Jaroslav Vondrák(1881-1937), who belongs to the generation of the famous Czech architectsborn about 1880, together with Pavel JanakJosef Gocar and Josef  Chochol. Although Jaroslav Vondrak did not reach the fame of his more successful colleagues, he has in Czech architecture and urbanism his place. After all, it was just Jaroslav  Vondrak and Jan Senkyrwho won the tender for the Orechovka (!), Although much more famous architects took part in tender at the time.

Therefore, quite logically and justly we find Vondrak´s own villa in the middle of the main square on its west side. The villa is designed as a solitaire in expressive modernism styleEntrance hall was then in 1930completed with the roof in functionalist conception. Vondrak this way amplified expressionist tone of the entire villa with moments of surprise to observers.

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We are walking on across the southern part of the squarewhere  a monument to the fallen of Stresovice in the WWI  was built in the park in 1928. It was designed ​​by the sculptor Josef Frank under leadership of his teacher Professor Bohumil Kafka and architectural collaboration of Alois Dryak (design stand).

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We are going up Vychodni (East) street and then turning right Spalova street along the park  to the corner of Stresovicka Avenue and Na Hubalce street.

The Villa in Stresovicka Avenue No.15/566  was designed by architect Josef Kalous in 1926, with characteristic asymmetric peaks, typical for his style.

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We are continuing down the Stresovicka Avenue to the corner with U Laboratore (At Laboratory) Street.

Hübschmann’s own Villa
U Laboratore 4, Stresovice 565

Builder and architect of the villa built in the years 1926 – 1927 was Bohumil HübschmannThe house has been owned by members of Hübschmann´s family up to now.

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Architect Bohumil Hübschmann based its work on the output of the Viennese architect Otto Wagner.Hübschmann performed successfully urban designs in Praguethe most outstanding is his Emauzy adaptation. Wagnerian” approach to architecture can also be found in his own villa. House situated onvisually exposed Stresovicka avenue corner has in addition to flat (in its neighborhood unprecedented) roof also sliding “English” window. The facades are austerewithout any decorationroof projected in bold ledges. A winter garden and a gazebo partially relieve hardness and inaccessibility of exterior. There was Hübschmann´s studio in the attic.

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We are going down U Laboratore Street.

The former sugar industry research institute was built in art deco style style on corner with Cukrovarnicka street.

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We are turning right Cukrovarnicka Street into the wide Slunna boulevard downwards.

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At the next junction we are turning to Na Orechovce Street.

On the corner of the Pevnostní (Fortess) street Strength we will look at a villa No 1/581 of architect JaroslavFröhlich  from 1927. The villa is leaning towards purismin  Kotera´s modernism style with brick patterns.

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We turn to the  Pod Hradbami (Unter Walls) Street.

Traub´s Villa
Pod Hradbami 17, Stresovice 658

In Prague, we do not find many buildings that were designed by foreign architectsOne of the majorstructures of this type is also in StresoviceTraub´s villa designed for the family tannery businessman of the same name is a major work of the German architect Bruno Paul from 1928 - 1929. Its refined architecture isfrom outside not functionalist or purist (according to architect Loos) rather it can be considered verysophisticated manifestation of modern classicism. Three-storeyed building has a sandstone paneled front, experts will reveal the relationship between this villa and other work of Bruno Paul - scyscraper KathrainerHochhaus in Berlin in PotsdamerstrasseIn the streetwards direction the villa gives rather cold  but dignifiedand representative impression.  Yet, to the garden you wil  find lowerconsiderably more friendly facade.Traub family did not enjoy  the  villa much,  they had to leave it twice - before the war, and - this time for good after February 1948 (Communists took power in Czechoslovakia). Vila was then used for variousembassies. During a recent renovation, this villa was sensitively refurbished, including the interiors. Today the house serves as the Hungarian Embassy.

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In the Pod Hradbami street  we will see also the richly decorated Neo-Baroque villa No 15/659…

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…and further constructivist family house No13/660 from the years 1927-1928, designed by Ladislav Machon.

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Orechovka as a residential area is emphasized by the villa in Artillery Street No. 1/654which is known as theresidence of the former Czechoslovak and Czech president Vaclav Havel and his wife.

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We are walking through the narrow connecting alley to Bustehradska street, where a series of interestinghouses No 17-25/952-956  were built by the purist architects Miroslav Vanecka and Bohumil Svarc in the period 1926 – 1928. The houses have  five semi-cylindrical projections with staircase on the north sidetherhythmic repetition of which seems very expressive.

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We turn up Slunna (Sunny) streetwhich actually forms circular boulevard” around Orechovka on the east side of Orechovka  like similar boulevard V Pruhledu Street on the west side of Orechovka.

Former „Klaus´s“ president Villa

Slunná 15, Stresovice 555

The villa belongs Army of the Czech Republic, and it is used for ceremonial purposes. Shortly after being elected president Vaclav Klaus and his wife moved to the villa . The Ministry of Defence had it reconstructed for the president as commander in chief of the armed forces  for the price of 28 million crowns. In January 2004, it became apparent that the Army villa serving as president villa was not the right solution. The thing is that it formerly belonged to the family of well-known and wealthy Prague caterers Lippertwho was due to his German nationality deported to Germany on May 16, 1946. Sudeten Germans immediately declared that “thecase of the presidential villa is just the tip of the iceberg”President and Army got into an awkward situationTherefore, the presidential couple was looking for a new residence againIn  summer  2005 the couple moved definitively to  Empire villa in Lumbe garden on the outskirts of Prague Castlewhich now serves also as the residence of the president of Zeman.
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We are walking through Delostrelecka Street, where in 1927 architectJosef Kalous designed the villa No. 17/553  inclining to purism, with fourelevated brick pylons on the terrace.
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We can see for comparison a Neo-Baroque villa on the corner with U Laboratore Street:

E.E.Kisch´s house
U Laboratore 22, Stresovice 538

In this house was the last Prague stay of German writing journalist Egon Erwin Kisch (1885-1948). He settled her down after traveling the worldwhich started in 1925 with staying in the Soviet Union later visited AfricaUSA, China, Australia …. , he wrote engaging stories from everywhereHe was known by the nickname Furious reporter,” because he wanted to see everythingto be at everything , everything to try. He for example, went to Mecca disguised as an Arab. In addition to the reports of roads as “Landing in Australia,” “Tsars, pops and Bolsheviks,” “American Paradise” and “Secret China” he wrote many books inspired by Prague, for example“From the streets of Prague and nights“, “Prague adventures”“Prague pitaval“, “Marketplace of sensations”. Although by the inner conviction communist, he always adhere to the principle of reporter objectivity.

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We turn up the street U Laboratoře.
Architect Jaroslav Rössler´s own villa  No. 18/552, with rough walling and terracottacolors was built at the same time (i.e. 1926 – 1927) as Bohumil Hübschmann´s ownhouse, which we saw at the upper end of the street.

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From U Laboratore street we are going back through  Na Orechovce street to themain square - to the central house where you can stay in one of the restaurants for lunch or dinneror sit in the garden. Whether you choose any restaurant, it isdefinitely worth seeing a originally preserved hall of the restaurantstylishly  called “Na Orechovce” – in Orechovka.
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  1. G.Dvořáková
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    škoda, že to není někdy v týdnu, o víkendu bývám mimo Prahu

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    Díky za velmi příjemnou a poučnou vycházku. :-)

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    Dnešní vycházka byla úžasná, děkuji.

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      Dobrý den,
      jsme moc rádi, že se Vám vycházka líbila :)

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