March 17th 2019. Climbers today mounted the first of the giant black babies’ sculptures by sculptor David Černý on the Prague TV tower. New sculptures are copies of ten original ones. Climbers will install the remaining sculptures in the upcoming days, mainly due to weather conditions. It is anticipated that every day a statue should be anchored to the tall tower and work should be completed by April 9th.

Babies on the tower many people like, even though the first installation also caused negative reactions. However, many of their fans do not know them closely as they can be seen on Kampa island, where the statues stand loosely on the grass. They aren’t as cute as most people think – faces are distorted into barcodes. In 2009, voted the Žižkov transmitter as the world’s second ugliest building.

So perhaps the babies will improve look of the tower and delight the eye of many tourists in Prague again. 

If you are interested about the work of David Černý, one of his famous sculptures, moving head of Franz Kafka you can admire during our tour of famous Prague cafés. Another one, famous sculpture of the St.Wenceslas sitting on the up side down horse you can see during our short walking food tasting tour 

Dear customers,

I am deeply sorry to inform you that unfortunately our company will no longer be able to provide any trips and as of today, we are closing all the bookings.

This decision was hard to make and it came as a result of a sudden death of our CEO, who also was my beloved father, and we are not able to provide an adequate experience for you as we need some time to deal with both practical matters and our grief.

I would like to kindly ask you to cancel your reservations yourselves, so you are able to get the full refund as soon as possible.

If you had a chance to enjoy any of our trips with Láďa (Vladimir), I whole-heartedly believe you have enjoyed yourselves and created some unforgettable memories together and I hope as well that Láďa will be remembered in your hearts in the same way that he is in mine. I would be pleased to hear about your experiences with my dad and if you'd like to send me any photos, stories or memories, I greatly encourage you to do so.

Thank you for your understanding and your cooperation in these difficult times.

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Barbora Stejskal

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