A wall in Prague famous for being spray-painted with John Lennon's image after his assassination in 1980. Over the years it became a bastion for pro-democratic/anti-communist graffiti, until eventually the original image was all but covered up. The wall was whitewashed a few years ago, but since then new graffiti has sprung up in its place, capturing the extent of the recent tourist influx to Prague (virtually all of the graffiti is the handiwork of marauding visitors). It's quite an impressive sight; when I saw it in May 2000 someone had recreated the original John Lennon image. This one seems to have been done in pencil or crayon. If you're ever in Prague, go see the John Lennon Wall.