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Hidden lamppost

I think that this is the only cubist lamppost in the world. It is just off Wenceslas Square but is... read more

Reviewed 28 April 2018
Figarogir1
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Shoeburyness, United Kingdom
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Unique in the world

Tucked away in a small side street near Wenceslas Square, were it not mentioned in guide books... read more

Reviewed 12 October 2016
GeysirGal
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Surrey, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 4 July 2018

The only cubist lamppost in the world.Whats not to like.Prague is full of surprises like this.Tucked away in a little square.

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Reviewed 28 April 2018 via mobile

I think that this is the only cubist lamppost in the world. It is just off Wenceslas Square but is not easy to find - you have to go looking for it, it is however worth seeing while you are there.

Thank Figarogir1
Reviewed 23 January 2018

Nearly walked past this public art in Nove Mestro recently. We’d seen it online so knew what it was while sight- seeing in Prague recently. Provided a photo opportunity of an angular slightly chunky piece of art made from concrete by Emil Kralicek. Apparently is...More

Thank Alison B
Reviewed 18 November 2017

I walked around the little area a couple of times and then it was there. Underwhelming - it is a lamp-post when all is said and done. And then I looked around and realised how it sat with the house behind, how it was utterly...More

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Reviewed 17 October 2017 via mobile

Best Cubist lamppost I've ever seen! I loved it. My boyfriend found it a little underwhelming. Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the main square, the lamppost is located between a church and apartment blocks. This makes for nice photos, particularly in the...More

Thank anyonefortea
Reviewed 19 September 2017

As not a cubism fan I didn’t find this artwork as something special. However, if you even not intended to see this lamppost, you definitely pass it while going to see Franciscan Garden – peaceful corner with a few interesting sculptures, not in cubism style.

Thank Elena O
Reviewed 17 March 2017

Hard to review a lamppost; I'm not 'into' lamposts as such as this was a one of a kind, and I was in the area, I thought I'd check it out especially as Prague has a history of cubist architecture. What can I say... as...More

Thank howiet1971
Reviewed 26 February 2017

I really wanted to see the Cubist lamppost whilst in Prague. However, I couldn't seem to locate it according to the directions I had so I had resigned myself to not seeing it. Then one day I was browsing in the Bata shoe shop and...More

Thank travelgeek83
Reviewed 12 October 2016

Tucked away in a small side street near Wenceslas Square, were it not mentioned in guide books, this quirky little oddity, which I believe is unique in the world, would be missed by many.

Thank GeysirGal
Reviewed 17 July 2016 via mobile

This unique attraction is a part of architectural city of Prague and is a must visit for any traveller.

Thank Sanka1
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Nearby
Nove Mesto (New Town)
Nearly 700 hundred meters long, Wenceslas Square
represents the most frequent and buzzing crossroads of
the city. The National Museum in the upper part of the
square watches over your spending spree in countless
shops and retail stores lining the entire square,
which ends at Na Příkopě, the most famous shopping
street. When tired or broke, you can explore the
city's underpasses, which can take you to the Old Town
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