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Josef Mocker (22 November 1835 in Cítoliby – 15 November 1899 in Prague) was a Bohemian architect and restorer who worked in a purist Gothic Revival style.
Mocker was responsible for restoring many Bohemian castles and ancient buildings in Prague. His work aroused much controversy, but also contributed many important landmarks of Prague.
From 1879 to 1881, Mocker participated in a reconstruction of Karolinum, today's seat of the Charles University in Prague.
Here is partial list of his prominent works:
Tábor main church before reconstruction by Josef Mocker in 1897. Photographed by Ignác Šechtl
Church of st. Peter in Poříčí, Prague (XII ct., rebuilt in 1874 – 1879 by Josef Mocker)