In the centre of Prague, right at the Wenceslas Square, you find the Lucerna Palace and inside its atrium a funny statue, called “The dead horse”.
The rider is, of course, the same Wenceslas who rides the horse in front of the National Museum.
The upside-down version is the work of David Černý, a Czech sculptor who is known for his provocative creations.
Not everyone in Europe was delighted by his “Entropa” where some countries have received a serious punch below the belt.
This is Černý’s map of Bulgaria:
photo (Entropa): Wikipedia