Réva (Wine), or Dívka s hrozny (Girl with grapes), is an outdoor statue, installed in 1960 at Kampa Park in Prague, Czech Republic. The statue is a typical work of Karla Vobišová-Žáková, the first Czech professional female sculptor, aimed to figural and portrait sculptures. The almost life-size statue was created from Carrara marble, the piedestal from sandstone. The statue is separately registered and protected as a cultural monument since 1964. The last restoration was made in 1997.
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