Monument to Julius Zeyer, 1841-1901, Czech writer, playwright and Romantic poet, 1931, by Josef Mauder, in Chotkovy Sady or the Chotek Gardens, the first public park in Prague, opened 1833, Prague, Czech Republic. The grotto-like monument features life-size characters from Zeyer's works carved in white marble, emerging from the rocks. The historic centre of Prague was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Monument to Julius Zeyer, 1841-1901, Czech writer, playwright and Romantic poet, 1931, by Josef Mauder, in Chotkovy Sady or the Chotek Gardens, the first public park in Prague, opened 1833, Prague, Czech Republic. The grotto-like monument features life-size characters from Zeyer's works carved in white marble, emerging from the rocks. The historic centre of Prague was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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