The sacred and the profane

Parts of the day spent in the Prague castles, including the Saint Vitus cathedral, containing, among other pieces of clerical art, the above statue.

So no beer blogging today, although beer was indeed had, on several occasions. What goes in, however, must come out, as demonstrated by these two chaps, sculpted some twelve years ago, by the renowned artist David Černý:
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Standing in the Franz Kafka museum courtyard, named Proudy, apparently, but for now: Good night from Prague.

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