Full name: Alois Dryák
Born: February 24, 1872 in Olšany u Slaného, Unknown, Czech Republic
Died: June 6, 1932 in Prague, Hlavní město Praha, Czech Republic
Sport: Art Competitions
Alois Dryák was considered to be one of the most influential Czech architects and was a professor of ornamental design. He devoted himself to the widespread Art Nouveau used in Prague. Dryák built the Grand Hotel Europa on Wenceslas Square, today one of the historical hotels in Prague and a prime example of the Art Nouveau style. He also designed the ornate pedestal of the equestrian statue of Saint Wenceslas at the same place.
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