August 26, 2009
This memorial was erected to depict the affects of Communism on the people of Czechoslovakia. A placard nearby reads, "The memorial to the victims of Communism is dedicated to all victims, not only those who were jailed or executed but also those whose lives were ruined by Totalitarian despotism."
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One of the few cities in Europe that was virtually untouched by the bombings during World War II, Prague's architecture contains some of the most historic buildings in all of Europe.