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Statue of Franz Kafka

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Surreal...but nice

Art on the street. Moving art, changing shape..but always the same man -Kafka. Good to visit on a... read more

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drpetr68
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Intruiging Staue of an Intriguing Man

Found myself at the statue by chance and spent a while watching it ‘shape shift’. Delighted he is... read more

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Colleen W
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The eleven-metre-high statue is a 21st-century technical marvel of Prague. Forty-two moving panels form the face of the great Czech writer Franz Kafka. The statue by David Cerny stands at the Quadrio shopping centre and combines art with modern...more
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Spalena 2121/22 | Quadrio Shopping Center, Prague 110 00, Czech Republic
Nové Město (New Town)
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Reviewed today via mobile

Art on the street. Moving art, changing shape..but always the same man -Kafka. Good to visit on a sunny day.

Thank drpetr68
Reviewed yesterday

Found myself at the statue by chance and spent a while watching it ‘shape shift’. Delighted he is honored in this unique way. Franz Kafka has been a personage that keeps presenting himself to me as I walk the streets of Prague and visit its...More

Thank Colleen W
Reviewed 2 days ago

a great photo op and mesmerizing moving sculpture really cool to see this piece of street art right off a busy street so easy to find

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Reviewed 2 days ago

Frank Kafka was a writer and is part of the Prague Modern History. The statue is located in the New part of the city a little hard to find. Is very big and the best thing is that it rotates. so make sure you stay...More

Thank PdeA
Reviewed 4 days ago

A little hard ot find, off the beaten tourist track, but well worth the effort. Make sure you watch the complete rotation of the head.

Thank SandyKats
Reviewed 4 days ago

I love David Cerny statues. There are many in Prague and all are absolutely perfect. This one is maybe the best known. If you have a jeaurney around, just stop for a minute, it is worth it.

Thank Macka H
Reviewed 6 days ago

for sure it is a unique attraction. Franz Kafka is an important part of Prague culture and it is great to see his statute represented in a nice, artistic and creative way.

Thank Omar N
Reviewed 6 days ago

I recommend a stop to see the statue and its movements, it is very cool and in a very nice area. Many restaurants close by.

Thank SAF2011-br
Reviewed 6 days ago

It's nice to stand in front of the bust for a couple of minutes to watch the movement and see Franz Kafka being built.

Thank Garsta
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is interesting sculpture and fine think is that it move itself. It turns partly around. Built up few years ago.

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Response from castroeid | Reviewed this property |
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Response from nitinmalik2006 | Reviewed this property |
This is continuously moving by its own. Handle by property owner. You can not touch it or operate it or stop it. It take more than 1 minute to complete its one rotation but less than 2 minute. You can see it clearly as no... More
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