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John Lennon Wall

John Lennon Wall

Shortly after the assassination of singer John Lennon in 1980, this stone wall, located across from the French embassy, was converted into an impromptu memorial with a painting of the singer's face, candles, and lyrics from the Beatles. Soon, political graffiti criticising the totalitarian regime began to appear. Despite the authorities countless attempts of whitewashing the wall, they never truly managed to keep it clean for long. Today, the John Lennon Wall is an endless tribute to the freedom movement. It has lots of graffiti, drawings, and messages, and anyone that comes here is free to leave their contribution. This is also a great spot for photos.
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Obecní dům — Municipal House

Obecní dům — Municipal House

This Art Nouveau palace was erected after the right-wing revolution, which, during the second half of the 19th century, came to transform Prague into a modern capitalist city. Before the inauguration in 1911, all of the Czech artistic elite of the time helped create what is today one of Europe’s finest Art Nouveau monuments. The building was renovated from 1994-97 and houses the Smetana hall — a celebrated concert venue — as well as a gallery, a beer cellar, and a bar.
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