Once a normal wall since the 1980s it has been filled it with John Lennon-inspired graffiti and pieces of lyrics from Beatles songs. In 1988 the wall was a source of irritation for the then communist regime of Gustav Husak. Young Czechs would write grievances on the wall and in a report of the time this led to a clash between hundreds of students and security police on the nearby Charles Bridge.
Apparently it is tradition for newly engaged lovers to put a lock on the grates of the bridge and then throw the key into the river to symbolize the permanence of their relationship.
Karlovy Vary קרלובי וארי
PRAGUE -Vyehrad Castle פראג-טירת וישהארד
ikov Television Tower מגדל הטלויזיה
Public Transport Museum מוזיאון התחבורה בפראג
Prague Public Transport Museum is located in an historical tram depot building in Prague Steovice. The depot was built in 1909 and is a typical example of utilitarian transport buildings belonging to the Electrical Utilities of Prague from the era of the beginnings of urban mass transit in Prague. They served their purposes storage and maintenance of tram vehicles until the year 1992 when their adaptation for museum purposes commenced. On 21 June 1998 the collection of 50 historical urban mass transit vehicles and 34 other objects in the Museum were proclaimed by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic to be a cultural landmark.
Nostalgic Tram Line No. 91 The Steovice depot is not just a museum however. One of its halls is also used to dispatch some operational historical tram vehicles these arent museum exhibits though. They set out from here on their route on Saturdays Sundays and holidays during the summer season