Memorial to St. Wenceslas in Wenceslas Square (Václavské námĕsti)
This is the work of the sculpture
Josef V. Myslbek from 1912 - 1913. The holy prince is
surrounded by the patron saints of the country, Prokop, Adalbert,
Ludmila and Agnes. The immediate surroundings of the
memorial are the scenes of symbolic acts, public discussion,
political speeches (and also a favourite place for making
dates!). We'll meet under the tail, Prague people usually
say, meaning the little flat area behind the statue.
Behind the statue lies the National
Museum built in 1885 - 1890. For anyone with an interest in
natural history it is an essential stop on any visit to Prague.