"Around the World in Analogue" is your bite-size guide to the most amazing travel destinations across the globe, as documented by the members of the Lomography community. Today, lomographer Inès de Ferran relates how a statue granted her wish to revisit the city of Prague.
My first time in Prague was in Spring 2016 to visit a friend. I instantly fell in love with the city. There is a statue in Prague historical center called the Statue of John of Nepomuk. Touching the falling priest on the plaque is supposed to bring good luck and ensure you return to Prague in the near future. Of course I walked all over Prague to find this statue and its plaque and rubbed it wishing very hard that I would come back to this city.
The legend proved to be true. Less than a year later, through a fortunate chain of circumstances, I joined my brother, who is a composer, to his recording session with the City of Prague Philarmonic Orchestra.
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