Completed in 1996, the Dancing House is perhaps the best-known structure to go up in Prague since the Velvet Revolution. Indeed the building, designed by the locally-based Vlado Milunic and superstar architect Frank Gehry has become iconic, drawing large numbers of tourists every year.
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