Prague was hard-hit by the Nazi invaders of World War II because of the high percentage of Jews who lived there. These walls (and there are MANY more) show the names of those who never returned from concentration camps. The red name indicates the surname, followed by the given names of those who were lost. A somber sight, indeed.
Czechoslovakia was a communist state for forty years, but the populace did not seem to be endeared to the government. This poster was one of more than 20 on a large poster wall.
In the Central Library of Prague, there stands a large hollow column of books. If you look down or up it appears to go infinitely (through mirrors, of course!)
In Prague, nothing says it better than a store named “Fashion.” Except for a little more graffiti added on.