Quo Vadis (David Černý Sculpture)
The enthusiastic Russian collector of KGB memorabilia who established this small museum will insist on showing you around his treasure...
House of the Two Suns
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From 1765 Josef of Bretfeld made his Bretfeld Palace a social hotspot, entertaining Mozart and Casanova.
U Zavěšenýho Kafe
A superb drinking den barely five minutes’ walk from the castle. Head for the back room, quirkily decorated with weird art and...
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Quo Vadis (David Černý Sculpture) information
This golden Trabant car on four legs is a David Černý tribute to 4000 East Germans who occupied the garden of the then–West German embassy in 1989, before being granted political asylum and leaving their Trabants behind. You can see the sculpture through the fence behind the German embassy. Head uphill along Vlašská, turn left into a children's park, and left again to find it.