Prague is pretty colorful for this theme. But wait, we have paneláky! They are all around Prague, they are like a ring that resembles medieval walls if I want to be poetic. Some hate them, some love them as it happens with the aesthetics of Brutalism. Sign of the former Eastern block. But it is all to blame to Corbisier, whom I like a lot.
Necessary to say, that people liked them during the late 60s, 70s, even still in 80s and early 90s when they were massively built all around this country. They all had hot running water, central heating, large windows and good lighting, balconies, an own bathroom and bathtub; Art Noveau palaces in the centre, not mentioning Baroque and older palaces, those that cost millions today, never had all of that at once. They were also a perfect anonymous space for those who liked to enjoy the crowd.
These pictures were taken by Luděk.