The highest building in Prague
This is one of the tallest building in Prague, reaching a respectable 216 metres. Construction took place from 1985 to 1992 according to designs by architect Václav Aulický, structural engineer Jiří Kozák, and Alex Bém. In the year 2000, the tower was adorned with ten statues by artist David Černý, called the babies because the sculptures depict crawling infants. The structure is used as a television broadcasting tower, and its apex houses the OBLACA restaurant. In a survey by Australia’s VirtualTourist.com server, it was labelled the second-ugliest structure in the world.