Vodičkova Street is one of the busiest streets in Prague, connecting the Wenceslas Square and Charles Square. This is the western facade front of the central street part. A rich butcher from the 15th century, Jan Vodička, who owned a large building in the street gave it its name. Today the street is still very vibrant, with lots of shops, pubs and the Světozor cinema, however it is also very interesting for its architecture with impressive buildings as can be seen in this street panorama but also elsewhere in the street. The prominent building in the middle of this street panorama, Vodičkova 736/17, was probably built by the czech architect Josef Hlavka as the seat of the Czech National Academy (any further information wellcome).
This Panorama was captured in April 2012