Walking through Prague’s Old Town there are many charms to experience.  But it’s easy to miss some of the most delightfully peculiar.  Below you’ll see the photo I took on a freezing (literally) March afternoon while on a hunt for hot wine (more on that in another post.)  

 

Look up… and there, hanging above is none other than  Vladimir Ilych Lenin, one arm hanging from the post, the other in his pocket.  He’s suspended over Husova Street in Prague’s Old Town. The piece is entitled Hanging Out (1996), this is an installation art piece by Czech artist David Cerny.  Delightful!  

 

Hanging out in Prague

Hanging out in Prague

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