Definitely worth going to see this landmark. People still add to it on a daily basis. Best at night as it is lit by the surrounding street lights which pick out the different tones and mediums used by various contributors.
About John Lennon Wall
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Walked a fair distance to see this, to be honest not really worth it. Just a wall covered in graffiti. Constantly changing because, although people are not supposed to draw on it they do and the original artwork appears to be long gone.
It's very underwhelming at night, especially if it's cold. The wall is cool but there's so much graffiti all the original words are washed away. PRO TIP: The lighting is limited limited by street lamps so come during the day. Also, there's a cafe right...More
This wall is now totally irrelevant to the memory of both John Lennon and the Velvet Revolutionaries. There are still vestiges of Lennon portraits on the highest part of the wall, but the rest is a mish-mash of layers of graffiti tags and obscenities. Why...More
Cute piece of history, googled it before i visited and tried to look for some specific notes left by someone famous. basically wall with graffiti ;)
It used to be a way to express opposition to the regime and send messages of peace and love to the world. Now it's a colourful wall swiftly changing its appearance. People always add to it but you probably would be able find some tributes...More
Yes John Lennon didn't visit that wasn't the point it's about what he tried in his latter years to represent love and peace. The wall represents freedoms that have sometimes over the years been repressed.Sadly some parts of the city are spoilt by Graffiti but...More