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John Lennon Wall

This wall has been filled with John Lennon-inspired graffiti and pieces of lyrics from Beatles songs since the 1980s.

It's still a symbol of ideals such as love and peace.

It's located at Velkopøevorské námìstí (Grand Priory Square), Malá Strana, and owned by the Knights of Malta.

In couple minutes walk from Lennon Wall you will find John Lennon pub with the Yellow Submarine images.

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Jul 29, 2013

"Imagine All The People..."

Having seen the pictures posted by VT members, it was interesting to see how additions by numerous visitors transformed the look of the wall in a matter of months.  It took 2 jaunts into the area to find the wall.  The end of the Charles Bridge was blocked off due to construction.  Found it pretty easy going down the steps on the left into Na Kampe, walking about halfway down the square and turning right, followed the road to the next intersection, turned left and there it was on the left.

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Mar 24, 2008

Memento mori?

The 'Lennon Wall' is worth seeking out, if only for its sociological and cultural import. Tucked away in Mala Strana, it is the garden wall of the Grand Priory of the Maltese Knights. when Lennon was murdered, it became a sort of shrine to hs memory. Graffiti was regularly removed, and replaced, but it now seems to have become tolerated if not openly accepted. Perhaps its value as a tourist sight has been recognised, or perhaps the authorities have realised there is little point in pursuing the matter.

It's on Velkoprevorske Namesti.

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Oct 27, 2007

John Lennon Wall

The wall holds messages of peace, freedom and hope. People started writing messages in graffiti when the nation was still under communist rule. The wall was repainted several times by the authorities but this didn’t stop the graffiti reappearing.

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Sep 17, 2007
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Lennon`s wall

This wall is close to Kampa park at Velkoprevorske namesti. It`s named after John Lennon because there used to be large graffiti of this famous singer. But the wall is living - it`s in permanent change and the Lennon picture is gonne. But people are writing there their ideas, wishes and thoughts for more than 30 years. This wall is symbol of freedom and at every special occasion people are burning candles there.

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Jul 25, 2007

New addition

We walked past the Lennon wall when we were in Prague in March '06 and thought we would have to see it again but we were surprised to see this bust of John Lennon fixed to the wall a little further down from where the mural is on our return in December '06.

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Dec 12, 2006

John Lennon was not here!

The Lennon Wall is not actually that far off the beaten path - it is a handy detour to/from the castle from the old town. John Lennon never came here (as far as I know!) but the wall is called the Lennon wall because originally Beatles lyrics seemed to dominate the graffiti that covered the wall. It became a monument towards free speech - in communist times the wall became the soapbox of the repressed people of Prague and people risked arrest and imprisonment to get their message across. Nowadays the graffiti has gone down hill - it is in the "Pedro e Giulia 24/01/2005" league and the usual nationalist statements about ethnic minorities. Worth a brief look but not worth a special trip.

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Nov 06, 2005

The Lennon Wall

The Lennon Wall was formerly an ordinary wall in Prague, but since the 1980's people have filled it with John-Lennon inspired graffiti and pieces of lyrics from The Beatles songs. It is owned by the Knights of the Maltese Cross.

Click on the link below to read the history of the wall....

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Strange find in embassy area!

The John Lennon Wall
I'm not sure how off-the-beaten track this really is, but we were certainly the only people around when we stumbled across it on a Monday morning.
John Lennon was a folk hero in Communist Czechoslovakia, and the wall grew to fame in the 80s. Apparently it's still a meeting place for fans on the anniversary of his death.
It's opposite the French Embassy in a beautiful tree-lined square, just next to Kampa Island.

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Aug 30, 2005

For or against

If you're a fan of Lennon don't miss this mural / graffiti dedicated only to this 'legend'. You cant miss it if you follow these instructions. When passing from Charles Bridge, lookiing south you'll see that the Vltava river splits into a stream which is called "The devil's stream". Just before the foot of the next small bridge (100 metres down from Charles Bridge) there's a water Mill. The graffitti are just round the corner on the walls of 'The grand Priory of the Knights of Malta' Be aware that not all written messages hail John Lennon. You might be offended with some of them.

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Jun 02, 2005

Find peace at the Lennon wall

Not far from the Charles bridge (west side, Lesser Town, Kampa) you can find the John Lennon Wall, a spontaniously formed monument to commemorate this great artist. A nice place to get away from the crowd and have a moment of peace and reflexion: All you need is love.

May 30, 2005

Watch Lennon

My fin. director has told me story about Lennon Wall in Prague.That story was so interesting and FUN, that i have diceded to watch it too. Ohhh, i spend a lot of time to find "HIM" friends were not glad, alrady about that idea.But I all time told them over and over again...we MUST watch that Wall, cause really, russ story "in search the Lennon Wall in the Middle of night"..was soo SUPER....But, when we have fined Wall..there was NOT Lennon...oahh somebody has painted cover..
That was TRAGEDY for me....

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Jan 13, 2005

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