The Ďáblice Cemetery is the second largest cemetery in Prague and the only Cubist cemetery in the world. Although not all of Vlastislav Hofman’s original designs were realized, his artistic signature can be recognized in many small structures within the complex. The enclosing wall, the entrance gate with two pavilions, and the furnishings all exhibit Cubist design elements. The unique architectural style stands in contrast to the somber history of the cemetery, as it is the final resting place for victims of both world wars and individuals who were tortured and killed by Nazis and Communists. In 2017, the Dáblice Cemetery was declared a national cultural monument, and twelve years prior, a new ceremonial hall was constructed in the Cubist style, designed by architect Marie Švábová, paying homage to Hofman’s Cubist aesthetic.