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To know the history of the notorious Reinhard Heydrich and to be able to see the actual spot where he was killed makes it a worth while memorial. Its the actual spot but the roads have all been changed. You have to look for off...More
This memorial is a bit tricky to find (and stop) as it is on a very busy street. That being said, it is part of a much bigger story related to the killing of Heydrich by the Czech Resistance during WWII. Add the following to...More
Watched move about Operation Anthropoid before trip to Prague. Fascinating story. Visiting the church and museum was a great follow up. Very informative and interesting to see the location of the events. A must see. No charge for visiting.
This memorial is sited in the north east of Prague close to the site of the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich in 1942. The memorial is not far fram from the tram line however is blighted by being surrounded by roads, flyovers and underpasses. The information...More
We passed by this Monument on the way to the Terezin Concentration Camp which is about one hour out of Prague. Our guide was great and narrated the whole story of what happened here. The gun jammed and one of the group sent a grenade...More
My sons girlfriend is from the Czech Republic and we watched the Operation Anthropoid film a week before our trip to Prague. To my shame I didn't know the significance of these events in 1942. As such it was so humbling to visit this emotive...More
This is the place where Rheinhard Heydrich was assassinated. He was the number 2 man of de SS, behind Himmler.
The attack was certainly not executed perfectly, but fortunately the target died after a week. This prevented him from doing much more harm to people...More
I wasn't aware of Operation Anthropoid prior to my Prague visit - what a great and heroic story. This memorial to those 7 men is simply a hidden gem and stands out as one of my favorite stops in Prague. An absolute must for anyone...More