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Rybarska brana 2, Bratislava, Slovakia
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Rybarska brana 2, Bratislava, Slovakia
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Reviewed today

Very odd, but fun to see! This sculpture of a worker climbing out of a sewer is right in the middle of Old Town Bratislava. Be sure to watch the ground so you don't trip!

Thank CKF
Reviewed 2 days ago

Klasicka socha, ktora nie je nicim vynimocna, ale aj tak dokaze prilakat davy zvedavcov, ktori cakaju na fotku. Take mile spestrenie ulice. Classic statue which is nothing extraordinary but still can lure a lot of people to take a photo with it. Nice enrichment of...More

Thank ratyskillers
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Walking past Cumil multiple times, be prepared to enjoy the queue if you need to have that individualized photo with Cumil. If the Bratislava govt wanted something interesting to keep tourists amused - check, objective achieved. You say that you aren’t interested in seeing the...More

Thank Tony T
Reviewed 4 days ago

This figure of a life-sized sewer worker coming up through the sidewalk is the most popular of Bratislava's many public artworks. He is in the middle of a busy sidewalk in the shopping district in the center of town. Tourists all stop and take pictures...More

Thank Lynette M
Reviewed 4 days ago

Great fun piece of sculpture, represents a workman emerging from the drains, lots of people stopped to take photo's.

Thank ipswichjimlee
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This monument is very strange and popular in Bratislava. It's located in old city and there are many souvenirs with him.

Thank Bumali_Bumali
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

But found other more interesting bronze sculptures that deserve apreciation in Bratislava, and there are not so praized. I guess is only the mith around his lucky head touch...

Thank mycdt
Reviewed 1 week ago

Kind of an eclectic attraction that is a must when walking the cobble stone streets of ole town. Rub his head for good luck and this is also a great photo op. Usually street entertainers are in area to great you. A fun stop among...More

Thank Mike M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

No idea why anyone actually bothers about Cumil, no value, just an artificial object. Of course, it is possible to take amusing pictures with the statue, and you are bound to be passing by, but I would not allocate any space to promoting Cumil as...More

Thank Katarina836
Reviewed 1 week ago

Cumil is a quirky piece of street sculpture, worth having a look if you're in the area. You need to see it for real to enjoy the craziness ;)

Thank Mark P
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Response from kerrymur | Reviewed this property |
I think you're the idiot - you've clicked "ask a question" but tried to insult someone for their opinion instead. Also, might be worth a quick proof read as your grammar is not quite right. hmmmm. think before you "speak"