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Stalin's Monument was a massive granite statue honoring Joseph Stalin that was unveiled in 1955 after more than 5½ years of work in Prague, Czech Republic. It was the world's largest representation of Stalin, and was destroyed in 1962.

Stalin's Monument was a massive granite statue honoring Joseph Stalin that was unveiled in 1955 after more than 5½ years of work in Prague, Czech Republic. It was the world's largest representation of Stalin, and was destroyed in 1962.

Stalin monument, Letna, (pull down) Prague

Stalin monument, Letna, (pull down) Prague

Funicular Railway to Petřín Hill, 1902

Funicular Railway to Petřín Hill, 1902

Evening autumn Prague by Jiří Všetečka

Evening autumn Prague by Jiří Všetečka

Lampář při práci na Karlově mostě (723-2), Praha, zima 1959

Lampář při práci na Karlově mostě (723-2), Praha, zima 1959

Pohořelec Square - vintage photo

Pohořelec Square - vintage photo

under Barrandov on bike, Prague

under Barrandov on bike, Prague

Golden Lane, Prague Castle take 2 by A.Kleibl, late 60's

Golden Lane, Prague Castle take 2 by A.Kleibl, late 60's

Stalin’s Monument in Prague, by R.Burri (Magnum Photos), 1955. It's gone now, but of course you know where it was- it's there the metronome is... crazy isn't it?

Stalin’s Monument in Prague, by R.Burri (Magnum Photos), 1955. It's gone now, but of course you know where it was- it's there the metronome is... crazy isn't it?

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