Prague’s Graffiti Wall devoted to John Lennon

In a completely unrelated episode, a 48-year old man hid in a Prague restaurant, stayed there overnight, and feasted on six baked geese (each 5 kgs.), three ducks, a 4-litre jar of pickles, 6 kgs. of goose fat and liver, poppy seeds and butter, causing damage of about 20,000 Czech crowns to the restaurant.
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What is the Most Literary City?

The September, 2011 issue of the National Geographic Traveler brought out a piece on the ten most literary cities of the world. We bring you here a poll, where you can cast your vote on which according to you is the most literary among six these (yes, ours is different from NGT). If you are not satisfied with our list, you can add your own favorite literary city (We have left out Paris, hoping you would add it to the list).