Lennon Wall

A public mural adorned with notes, messages, and artwork symbolizing freedom of speech and protest, often in response to political events.
  • 100 00 Velkopřevorské Náměstí

Tips from the community

This John Lennon-inspired wall has been covered in graffiti from random strangers since the 1980s. During the communist era, young folks would use this wall as a place to air their complaints; nowadays it’s a free-for-all, but it’s fun to see what other people have shared.

travelfreak 4 years ago

Admittedly quite different from the other historic sites on this list, the Lennon Wall is a graffiti wall that became a political sounding board for frustrated youth living in Prague in the 80s. It’s named for John Lennon, mostly for his peace campaigning.

travelfreak 4 years ago

Admire the Lennon wall!

reinacartagena 3 years ago

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