Only in Prague by Duncan J.D. Smith

141 Prague 1 of the Hungarian King Matthias Corvinus. George of Poděbrady died in 1471 and was succeeded by the Polish Jagiellon dynasty under Ladis- laus II (1471–1516), which ruled somewhat ineffectually until the arrival of the Habsburgs proper under Emperor Ferdinand I (1526–64). George of Poděbrady is remembered today for his attempt to seek a system of collective security by offering a message of peace to all European sover- eigns in 1464, an act now seen as a forerunner to the League of Nations. Since 1920 his slogan, “God’s Truth Prevails” (Pravda Páně vítězí), has featured on the Presidential Flag, with the word “God” omitted. The underground building serves today as the U Kunštátů café-cum-gallery and events venue. Other subterranean Romanesque rooms inOld Town now lying be- low pavement level include those beneath a row of Renaissance houses at Husova 19–21, now used as an exhibition space by the Czech Muse- um of Fine Arts (České muzeumvýtvarných umění), and several partly- subterranean rooms along Štupartská and Celetná, today occupied by shops. Notable examples also exist across the river in Lesser Quarter (Malá Strana), for example below the house at Lesser Quarter Square The Romanesque House of the Lords of Kunštát and Poděbrady (dům pánů z Kunštátu a Poděbrad) on Řetězová