Two years ago today


On 17 June 2014, the Winged Lion Monument was unveiled at Klarov Park, Prague.

It is the only memorial in the world which remembers all

the 2,500 Czechoslovak men and women

who served in the RAF during WW2.

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The monument is located in Klárov, Prague 1, opposite the Malostranská metro station.




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One Response to Two years ago today

  1. Gina Hearn says:

    And last year, Andy Newman had the inspired idea that the Winged Lion would be a fitting place to mark the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. In 2015, just three of us gathered together to remember all those who died in the service of their country. This year, we will be aiming to spread the message more widely and to make it an annual tradition. So if you will be in Prague on 11 November, come and join us at this magnificent tribute to the Czechoslovaks who fought with the RAF.

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