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Palác Nisa

In 1936, the Italian insurance company Assicurazioni Generali and Generali Moldavia commissioned the building of a two-storey multi-purpose building on Soukenné náměstí, one of the central squares of Liberec. This prominent concrete framework building, plastered with roughly chiseled granite, was designed by Fritz Lehmann. The architect had a good command of the design of prestigious buildings; he had recently constructed the Hotel Esplanade in Prague. Behind the two-storey façade, in the ground floor, the famous Winkler's Grand Café Generali was located. The citizens of Liberec held it in high regard due its very noble design with a surrounding gallery standing on massive pillars. The upper floors consisted of large luxury apartments of different sizes. The building is now listed and has been recently put on the market.

Soukenné náměstí 26/7, 460 07 Liberec
Fritz Lehmann (1889 – 1957)
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