Kafka's statue in Prague. Find more about Kafka´s Prague at http://praguetravelconcierge.com/guide-to-franz-kafka-and-prague

Kafka's statue in Prague. Find more about Kafka´s Prague at http://praguetravelconcierge.com/guide-to-franz-kafka-and-prague

Rotating gigantic head of Franz Kafka in Prague

Rotating gigantic head of Franz Kafka in Prague

Grave of Franz Kafka at the New Jewish Cemetery at Olšanské hrbitovy http://praguetravelconcierge.com/guide-to-franz-kafka-and-prague

Grave of Franz Kafka at the New Jewish Cemetery at Olšanské hřbitovy

Golden Lane (Zlata ulicka) No. 22, a house where Kafka's sister used to live and Franz liked to visit and write, quietly.  http://praguetravelconcierge.com/guide-to-franz-kafka-and-prague

Golden Lane (Zlata ulicka) No. 22, a house where Kafka's sister used to live and Franz liked to visit and write, quietly. http://praguetravelconcierge.com/guide-to-franz-kafka-and-prague

Franz Kafka

Franz Kafka : The Trial

The House of the Three Kings at Celetna street No. 3 - Kafka lived here since 1896 with his parents.

The House of the Three Kings at Celetna street No. 3 - Kafka lived here since 1896 with his parents.

Franz Kafka monument in Prague, Dusni street, by Jaorslav Rona inspired by Kafka's short story "Description of a Struggle"

Statue of Franz Kafka by the sculptor Jaroslav Róna next to the Spanish synagoge, in Prague, Czech Republic.

Kafka's statue in Prague at the corner of Vezenska and Dusni streets, located in the spiritual zone of three religions - among synagogue, catholic and protestant churches. http://praguetravelconcierge.com/guide-to-franz-kafka-and-prague

Kafka's statue in Prague at the corner of Vezenska and Dusni streets, located in the spiritual zone of three religions - among synagogue, catholic and protestant churches. http://praguetravelconcierge.com/guide-to-franz-kafka-and-prague

A house plaque on the building belonging to Prague US Embassy - Trziste 15, Kafka lived here.

A house plaque on the building belonging to Prague US Embassy - Trziste Kafka lived here.

Franz Kafka Square at the corner of Maiselova street. http://praguetravelconcierge.com/guide-to-franz-kafka-and-prague

Plaque marking the birthplace of Franz Kafka in Prague.


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