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| Devil’s Heads are about 9 m high rock sculptures of two giant (devil) heads carved into the sandstone cliffs in the pine forest above the village Želízy in the district Mělník. In terms of dimensions, it is in Czech circumstances completely unique piece. It is the work of sculptor Václav Levý, created in the years 1841-1846. Václav Levý was the cook in Liběchov castle and later one of the most important sculptors of the 19th century. His later works can be found in the church of St. Charles Borromeo and St. Vitus in Prague.
Scanned just for fun when i was on the trip in Liběchov :)