Prague cinephiles have used to gather at the corner of Wenceslas Square and Stepanska street since 1907 – at that time the first multifunctional entertainment complex Palac Lucerna was open there, with many cafes, shops and cinema. The cinema hall Lucerna still keeps its historical attraction: the oldest cinema in the town is worth visiting. In the hall behind the entrance into the cinema you can see one of my favorite sculptures – upside down and saddled by Charles IV horse (architect — David Černý).
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