Jan Hus, Prague

I offered to show case a photograph from the first person to identify the mystery location that I have been posting photographs of.  Michael Walker correctly worked out that it was Crich Tramway Museum.  So congratulations to Michael, and here is this discription of the his photograph:

“I visited the city of Prague in March 2006. In the centre, in the old town square, is this statue of Jan Hus. A follower of John Wycliffe, he was burned at the stake on 6 July 1415 for his beliefs. On the 500th anniversary of his martyrdom, the statue was dedicated to his memory. The Czech inscription reads, “Truth will prevail”, according to my Berlitz Guide.”