What do you do when visiting Prague fort he first time? Sightseeing for sure. It is a beautiful city, exuding culture from every corner of its picturesque alleys, reminding you of Kafka all the time, really challenging you with with the miserable touristic cattle run on Kalsbridge. Like the tourist that you are you drag yourself with the other idiots through the city, and like all the other tourists you are confronted with just one question: Where the hell can I have a piss? Well, Praque has the highest public toilet concentration in the whole wide world. Subjectively.
A good, freeing feeling to know that you won’t be fucked over or pissed at.
That’s the toilet after the touristic walk of shame on Karlsbridge, shortly before the museum of medieval torture instruments.
Since 1968 and the invasion of the sowjets is this sign pointing out the way around the corner for everyone with an urgent need.
The VICE office in Prague. I had shitloads of good time in there.
The Damien Hirst Exhibition at the Prague Rudolfinum. It was allowed to take pictures of the Hirst cash flow art but not of the toilet. I did anyway, and shortly afterwards I was sharply advised that I shouldn't have done that.
I like the concept of having a bar next to most of the toilets or the other way round.
It’s not like the park is filled with bushes and trees.
A classic reinterpretated in a modern way.
Sometimes elegance is just simple.