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'Kincsem Park', Budapest. Sculptor György Vastagh Jr - 1942 (Erected 1977)
Gellért-hegy Liberty Monument, Budapest. Three legs better!
'Church of St. Cyril and Methodius' (Kostel Sv. Cyrila a Metoděje), Karlin district in Prague. Here, you and one old lady praying may be the only visitors. Definitely not touristy, but only a 20 minutes walk from centrum.
Scenes of Prague; 'Provaznictví' ('Ropes'), pulling the strings is important in any country. In Prague, they go wholesale and retail.
The 'Victims of Communism' by Olbram Zoubek (2002). A unique sculpture on the way to Petřín Hill.
The Doors of Old Prague. Maltese Square (Maltézské náměstí) 471/1, Nosticky Palace in the Lesser Town.
Free Toilets in Prague’s Old Town, Celetná (Street). Jenny on the spot. For Arto; as promised!
Water Tower of Vinohrady, Prague. Architect Antonin Turek - 1882
Where have all the horses gone....or more to the point, people! 'Kincsem Park', horse racing Grandstand, Budapest. Build 1925.
'Gresham Palace' facade, Budapest. 1904-1906 English Insurance Gresham Co. Architect Zsigmond Quittner. One night will set you back between $573 - $4203. Luxury have its price.
'St. Vitus Cathedral' (Katedrála svatého Víta) is a Roman Catholic Church in Prague, build around 1344 on Charles IV orders - Completed in 1929!!
Scenes of Prague; no longer 'Museum of Communism', but still 'Bastion of Beer!'
'Quo Vadis', Gardens of Lobkovic Palace, (German Embassy). By David Černý (2001).
The Doors of Old Prague. Jewish Hall, High Synagogue (Židovská obec, Vysoká Synagoga), Josefov, Maiselova 250/18
Historical toilets. Down and under, two doors, two windows, one price!
'Das Schloß', or more commonly known as Letenská Water tower -1888. Nothing to do with Kafka, except he may have lived nearby at one time...
Expo Congress Hotel, Budapest. Opened in 2009. 4 Star, with extra star for bacon from me. A bit of drizzle did not spoil the evening.
'Gresham Palace', Hotel Lobby. 1904-1906 . Impeccable restoration completed 2004.
'Prague’s Strahov Monastery'. One of the most beautifully decorated basilica, this is also one of the oldest functioning monasteries in the world. Just a short walk from tourist overrun St. Vitus, no crowds and free to enter.
Scenes of Prague; 'Klobouky a Prádlo' (Hats and Underwear). Cover the top and bottom.
'Pissing contest', Herget's brickworks. By David Černý (2004). Interpretation is all yours....
The Doors of Old Prague. Haštalská 1072/6, Staré Město. It is always 5 minutes to 12:00!
Water Tower, Prague’s Old Town near the river Vltava (photo from a row boat). It burned few times, survived Swedish invasion, but the look did not change much since 1577.
Water Tower in Prague’s Lesser Town (originally from 1562), near the river Vltava. (photo from Jiráskův Bridge).
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