Memorial to the Briton, Nicholas Winton, the saviour of 669 Jewish children from former Czechoslovakia. It is located in Prague Main railway station, where more than 15,000 children were transported to concentration camps. It was installed on September 1, 2009. The sculptor Flor Kent, is from Venezuela, and she trained as a dental surgeon. Check out more about her here: The girl in this piece is a life cast of a grand daughter of one of the rescued children. The UK press has named Winton the British "Schindler."