With statues being toppled left and right in the U.S. and Western Europe, the Czechs have also joined the battle of monuments. Theirs, however, is not an Antifa- or BLM-driven effort. To the contrary. The Czech brand of iconoclasm is anti-Communist and pro-Christian. In Prague, they restored one of Saint Mary, and took down one of Soviet Marshal Ivan Konev.
Actually, the Czechs have been at it since 1989, when Communism began crumbling and the good folks in the capital city and elsewhere resolved to get rid of their Lenins and other comrades.