Prague, Czech Republic, taken on July 9, 2016
Prague has a lot of strange and interesting sculptures, and one of them is called “In Utero” by David Černý. According to my Czech tour guide, the idea of this big statue was so that visitors could re-experience their birth (or experience a rebirth, whichever way you want to look at it) by crawling under the woman, signifying you exiting the uterus. Several people actually did just that – I guess that did make some good photos 😛
Prague, Czech Republic, taken on December 26, 2015
Prague is the most beautiful when viewed from a high place. The rooftops of Prague must be one of its most distinguished features.
Prague, Czech Republic, taken on December 25, 2014
One of the coolest-looking strctures in Prague is this building, called the “Dancing House” because it resembles two partners engaged in a dance with each other. Apparently the design and construction of the building caused a bit of controversy because of its unconventionality, but I found it quite unique and lovely indeed!
Český Krumlov, Czech Republic, taken on December 27, 2014
Under the blue skies, calm and crisp, the tranquility of little Český Krumlov is reflected in its own mirror one winter morning, after the first snow of the year.
Prague, Czech Republic, taken on December 24, 2014
O Christmas tree in Prague, how lovely you looked next to the Tyn Church! Have yourself a very Merry Christmas 😉