Photographer's Note

Hradec Králové, which lies in north-eastern Bohemia at the confluence of the rivers Elbe and Orlica (Raven), one of the largest and most important cities in the Czech Republic. It is the seat of state institutions, banks, major industrial plants, their place was here six faculties of three universities, museums, galleries, theaters and other cultural and sports organizations.

The unique architecture of the twentieth century, which represents a building museum complex houses on Masaryk Square, a J.K. Tyl gymnasium, a bridge with the city water plant, stairs of Gočár, several school buildings with common walls with bricks, is known not only in the Czech Republic, but also in many places in Europe. In addition to architects Kotera and Gočár worked in Hradec many other architects, which were created by architectural objects that were not present in other cities. Remarkable in Hradec Králové is the wooden church of St.. Nicholas placed them in the Jirásek Gardens, who was brought here in 1935 from the village of Mala Polana in Zakarpatske Ukraine.

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