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The military apartment building was one of the first buildings that appeared on the urbanized territory of Maly Galagov. Its Rondocubist style fully represents the tendencies of construction at that period in Czechoslovakia.
The rounded corner part of the building with rich rondocubist décor converts to mezzanine and ends with pediment with semi-circular elements. The ranges of four semi-columns are rhymed at every floor of the rounded corner. The building is divided with wide lesenes that are sometimes underlined with expanded semi-circular elements. All the three facades have expressive oriels that extend from the second floor level.
Only the oriels connected by balconies at the building number 17 are different in their form. Unlike, other semi-circular oriels, there are square-shaped. Functional and decorative elements of the building are accentuated by elegant red, grey and white colour plaster. Two-pitched roof is separated from the façade by a massive cornice.