The most divisive construction of the year in Prague is surely a Marian column that recently appeared on Old Town Square. It replaced a column in the same spot torn down by a mob shortly after Czechoslovakia received independence. I discussed the response to the new structure with Eugen Kukla, a member of the group that campaigned for its erection for some years.


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