Pretty many each city has that one nauseous square of design that many residents adore to hate. You know a one I’m articulate about. That ultra-modern-looking building that’s only totally out of place, or a aged relic that’s so run-down it would be easier to reinstate than fix. Prague, collateral city of a Czech Republic, is no difference to this rule.
Except instead of an aged run-down building, it’s a complicated — yet still insanely creepy — radio tower.
Meet a Žižkov Television Tower, station proudly above a city skyline.
A bit of a depart from a city’s old-world, European aesthetic, isn’t it? Well, only wait until we get closer to a tower…
Right about now you’re substantially thinking, what are those things on a side of a tower’s support beams?
Oh, of course…they’re large, realistic-looking sculptures of babies!
These terrifying sculptures were combined as a proxy designation by Czech artist David Černý in 2000.
Somehow, though, a creepy pieces of art were so good perceived that they returned a following year (2001) and have given turn a permanent tie on a Žižkov Television Tower.
Well, that is definitely freaky. Until now, I’ve always suspicion of European design as higher to America’s. we consider I’ll have to correct that opinion.