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World’s Oldest Neon Advert Made By Croat

The oldest neon advertisement in the world still in function, which is found on top of a department store in Prague, was designed by a Croat, writes portal evarazdin.

Artist Bozidar Leiser, who was born in the northern Croatian city of Varazdin, made the 8-metre high revolving white swan, which still sits proudly on the Bila Labut building in the Czech capital, in the 1930’s.

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