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Zizkov Tower

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altOpinions are divided over whether this tower is hideous or futuristic, especially with the babies crawling up the city’s tallest landmark. The lifts go up to a 93m observation deck and there is a restaurant on the 66 floor but it is overpriced. About the babies, originally designed by Prague’s artist of choice David Cerny during Prague’s reign the European City of Culture, the babies served as an art installation on the tower but when they came down at the end the resulting outcry resulted in them being re-installed – they should remain there until the end of 2010 at least.

Location: Mahlerovy sady 1
Opening Times: 10am – 11pm
Admission Prices: adult/child 150/60 K?



 

                  

 

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