Scroll To Top

May/June 2005 | Prague, Czech Republic

May/June 2005 | Prague, Czech Republic

Built under Soviet authority to jam radio signals in the ’80s, the Zizkov TV Tower wasn’t even operational until the early ’90s, well after the Soviet occupation. “The sightseeing takes place in the second pod, which is cold, stark, and very reminiscent of the bygone Russian era,” says reader Wayne Noffsinger, who snapped this shot. The gravity-defying, truck-size babies, installed in 2000, were supposed to be temporary but created such a stir that they’re expected to stay for the next 10 years.

Send Us Your Souvenirs

We at The Out Traveler would like to print your travel photos in the magazine and online. If there are images of your friends, family, and lovers, we may need to have you send paperwork in order for us to reproduce your photos.
To have your photos appear in the magazine, we need either high-resolution color scans (300 dpi), or you can send copies of your photos. Please do not send originals, since we may not be able to return them to you.
To send photos for display on the Web site, lower resolutions (72 dpi) will work.

Send your images and questions to


30 Years of Out100Out / Advocate Magazine - Jonathan Groff and Wayne Brady

From our Sponsors

Most Popular

Latest Stories

Outtraveler Staff