Prague: Statue of St. Wenceslas riding an inverted horse. It is located in the entrance to a movie theater on the southeast side of Wenceslas Square. Sculpture by David Cerný.


Lucerna Palace’s central atrium is dominated by Czech sculptor David Černý’s dead horse ridden by St. Wenceslas. It is supposed to be an ironic twist on the St. Wenceslas statute in the square outside. [villageofjoy.com/controversial-art-by-david-cerny/]

Prague: Statue of St. Wenceslas riding an inverted horse. It is located in the entrance to a movie theater on the southeast side of Wenceslas Square. Sculpture by David Cerný.

Lucerna Palace’s central atrium is dominated by Czech sculptor David Černý’s dead horse ridden by St. Wenceslas. It is supposed to be an ironic twist on the St. Wenceslas statute in the square outside. [villageofjoy.com/controversial-art-by-david-cerny/]

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