A creation by David Cerny, you will find giant babies crawling up the Zizkov Television Tower. Each sculpture weighs about 800kg and they were so popular with Prague residents that David Cerny had to make them a permanent installation. Due to their popularity, three more giant infants were installed at ground level in Kampa Park. The sculptures are the size of cars and have air-vents for faces, more creepy than cute. Did not make it to the TV tower.
Sculpture of 34 yellow luminous penguins by the Italian “Cracking Art Group” as part of “Re-Evolution” exhibition in Prague, Malá Strana near the Kampa Museum. Why? I guess “Because!”
As I was walking toward Charles Bridge I passed this party boat, and yes there was a party going on. See Video
Click here for the party that was going on!
Perched atop the city part of the Strahov Monastery compound and the lush surrounding Petrin Hill, the Strahov Brewery is a delightful find in the bustling city of Prague.
The walls of this monastery seemed to be made of several layers of red brick. Some of which have pealed away, leaving an interesting pattern.
This fallen leaf caught my eye as I was walking down a paved walkway.
Concrete block streets (cobblestones) make for a rough and noisy ride. Click here for a sample.
These red touring cars are actually custom bodies on old Russian Lada frames.
The Svatopluk Čech Bridge or Čech Bridge is an arch bridge adorned with angles on pedestals over river Vltava in Prague.
Peruvians, dressed as American Indians performing music in Prague. How international can you get? Click Here to see.
I hope Ms Skunk did not find this store!
So after we finish our fish (fishicure?) pedicure we move on to the Jewish Cemetary