Lennon Wall, Prague
Opposite the French embassy is the 'Lennon wall'. During the communist era it was here that revolutionaries daubed anti-government slogans, running the risk of arrest. Today the wall is covered with graffiti - poems and words of peace written by millions of visitors from around the world. To get there, as you head towards the West bank of the Vltava across Charles Bridge take the steps on your left hand side. This takes you into an oval shaped square Na Kampì. Cross this and turn right.
Many travelers don't know that there is a wall which is like a monument for John Lennon. It is not far away from Charles bridge, people usually write lyrics of his songs or make graffities. Imagine...
Famous John Lennon's wall in Prague'a most romantic place - Kampa. This wall was a symbol of resistance against the Communist government. It was often repainted, but everytime already next morning, new messages and Lennon's face was there again.
Actually I know nothing about his object in Prague. I know that Lennon Wall is located in Mala Strana region not far from The charles bridge.
This wall has constantly changing graffitti on it. It began around the time of the Beatles popularity - hence Lennon Wall - and people would write slogans here in rebellion against communism.