Museum of Decorative Arts, Prague

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Located in the House at the Black Madonna (Ovocný trh 19, Prague, Czechia), so-called because of the Baroque, gilded statue of the Madonna embedded in the corner of the building (constructed 1911-1912), the Cubism section of the Museum of Decorative Arts (phone +420 778 543 902, www.czkubismus.cz/en) contains examples of Cubist-design textiles, furniture, jewelry, printing and more over two floors. A third floor holds temporary exhibits.

In Prague’s Old Town, the museum is open 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Tues., and 10-6, Wed.-Sun. Closed Mon. Entry, CZK150 (near $6.50).

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Located in the House at the Black Madonna (Ovocný trh 19, Prague, Czechia), so-called because of the Baroque, gilded statue of the Madonna embedded in the corner of the building (constructed 1911-1912), the Cubism section of the Museum of Decorative Arts (phone +420 778 543 902, www.czkubismus.cz/en) contains examples of Cubist-design textiles, furniture, jewelry, printing and more over two floors. A third floor holds temporary exhibits.

In Prague’s Old Town, the museum is open 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Tues., and 10-6, Wed.-Sun. Closed Mon. Entry, CZK150 (near $6.50).