We could see it in the networks of transport companies as early as the 1960s, but we can also come across it today.
It offers an incredible view of Brno and is itself an architectural jewel that has earned its uniqueness, among other things, a place on the UNESCO list.
The Tatra T2 was a Czechoslovak tram from the ČKD Tatra workshop, which first appeared in 1958 as a successor to the T1 model.
In the 1950s, the Čezeta, a Czechoslovak scooter with an unmistakable bold design reminiscent of a spaceship, saw the light of day.
Ještěd as we know it today - without a transmitter and only with a romantic shuttle cable car to the top of the mountain.
Prague is known as a hundred-towered city, yet the number of bridges over the Vltava River is almost close to the legendary number of towers.
Hana Pilná, the wife of the author of this photograph, Jan Kašpar, calls the picture "Havel with a finger".
Cabaret - Restaurant Lucerna belonged, and its successor in the still functioning arcade of the Lucerna Palace still belongs today, to the stalwarts not only of Prague, but of the Czech cultural scene in general.
Advertising posters have a place of honour in the history of art.
The Prague metro has its own unique character and not only the oldest stations have their artistic value.