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Cumil, Bratislava

Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
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3.9/5 based on 1,400+ reviews on the web
Cumil is a bizarre bronze sculpture of a peeping Tom emerging from a manhole. Probably the city's most photographed tourist attraction, it has raised many heated debates over the question of the depicted man's business. It is unclear whether he's resting after cleaning the sewer or peeking up women's skirts. The statue is marked with a road sign since reckless drivers have chopped its head off at least twice. Follow local custom and rub the top of his hat for good luck. Keep in mind that this is just one of many curious characters placed throughout the city. To visit Cumil and other attractions in Bratislava, use our Bratislava vacation route planner.
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  • The original monument. Spoils only background. How would it have arranged something. We have already passed, only then, the crowd wanting to be photographed saw this nice dâdečku;)
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  • All around the city center you find a few very interesting statues. One of them is of a man who appears to stick his head of the pavement. Goes without saying that is very popular with tourists and th...  read more »
  • all around the old town you will find sculpture/artifacts that reminds of the history of the city and its old town people, actually very unusual way of telling the story... 
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