This wall stands here since the 1980s filled with John Lennon inspired graffiti and pieces of lyrics from the Beatle’s songs. This wall has a strong history of fighting for everything that is right in this world continues to remain a symbol of love and peace. The wall has undergone years of change and the original painting now lost between layers of paint. This colorful wall forms a stunning background and a beautiful piece of art.
And lastly, there is the famous Lennon Wall, which is the most overrated and exaggerated point on the list. However, it provided a great picture opportunity and what's interesting about the wall is that the graffiti on the wall never looks the same two weeks in a row.
It would be tough to beat the above list with anything remotely normal so we would recommend heading over to the Lennon wall, which takes a bit of negotiating a maze of narrow alleyways to reach and is a graffiti laden wall dedicated to John Lennon. Surprisingly, the history isn't about the city's fascination with music but as a symbol of Czech youth's resistance against the previous communist regime which banned a slew of things including pop music. A fitting and interesting end to our proposed tour. Should you still be in town and have some time at hand, head over to the Beer Spa Carlsbad, the most popular spa of its kind in Prague. Reservations are not mandatory but recommended to not have you miss out on the one of its kind experience while in this city. This concludes our itinerary for this wonderful city. If you have some suggestions or recommendations of things to do to add to the Prague guide, please feel free to mention them in your comments. Like it Pin it
John Lennon wallStarted my second day in Prague with John Lennon Wall. John Lennon known for his music has a wall dedicated to him in Prague. The history behind this wall is that when he was murdered, an image of him was painted in a wall opposite the French embassy with a graffiti and Beatles lyrics. Since then the wall has been a source of inspiration for people to write their hearts out, to take some words with them or to soak in the vibes of freedom.
John Lenon WallAfter witnessing the horrid scenes of the past, it could be some relief to visit the John Lennon Wall. It is also known as the Peace Wall, which is filled with graffiti and the lyrics of the songs by Beatles.Over the years, it became a medium for the youth to voice their opinion against communism and spread the message of peace!