Chasing wrought-iron shadows in Český Krumlov

While yesterday’s post celebrated the colours of Český Krumlov, today’s post uses a mono filter to focus on the use of wrought-iron in the medieval city. An architectural gem that is often integrated into Czech architecture and design, this post focuses on how the material is used in signs and details but also how it casts unique shadows that travel across time.

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