The sculpture of the Great Missionary symbolically connects Palackého and Míru Street,s standing in a place that could only be called a round corner. On the opposite side of the street, in the place of today’s Tesco department store and the Atrium Palace, there was a large area of equestrian barracks with stables and a practice ground. The Jewish Synagogue, which today is remembered only by a rather inconspicuous memorial plaque, stood in the corner of the house of service. Visions related to the future of the Palackého Street and its revival, of course, count on the presence of artworks in the public space, whether they be temporary or permanent. The site of the former synagogue undoubtedly deserves a permanent link, memories in the form of multi-layered and timeless works for future generations.