. Prague, Czech Republic. Designed by Frontisek Kysela. 1925-27. The cathedral dates fron the eleventh century onward; West front (1885-1904), designed by Joseph Mocker (1835-1899). After Joseph Mocker died, another architect, Kamil Hilbert, continued his design for the West Front, and work went on well into the twentieth century.
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