Probably the most famous wall at Kampa in Prague. It is covered by graffiti with love poetry, philosophical texts and images that was once created by the supporters of the hippie movement. Young people used to meet there in the 1980s after the death of John Lennon to honour his memory by leaving messages on the wall and thus expressed dissatisfaction with the former communist regime that has always tried to remove the graffiti and to disperse the gatherings. Only after the Velvet Revolution in 1989, the wall became widely visited by tourists from all over the world, as evidenced by numerous signatures and tags.
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