Statue of Saint Wenceslas, Wenceslas Square
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|Statue of Saint Wenceslas|
The statue in 2013
|Location||Prague, Czech Republic|
The mounted saint was sculpted by Josef Václav Myslbek in 1887–1924, and the image of Wenceslas is accompanied by other Czech patron saints carved into the ornate statue base: Saint Ludmila, Saint Agnes of Bohemia, Saint Prokop, and Saint Adalbert of Prague. The statue base, designed by architect Alois Dryák, includes the inscription: "Svatý Václave, vévodo české země, kníže náš, nedej zahynouti nám ni budoucím" (English: "Saint Wenceslas, duke of the Czech land, prince of ours, do not let perish us nor our descendants").
A parody of this statue, created by David Černý, hangs in a Lucerna Palace gallery near the square.
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