Jára Cimrman is a Czech fictional character of a universal genius. Created by Karel Velebný, Jiří Šebánek and Zdeněk Svěrák, the fictional personality (universal genius, inventor, sportsman, criminalist, poet, writer and philosopher), Jára Cimrman won the voting for The Greatest Czech in 2005 (only the fact that Cimrman is fictional prevented him from actually winning). He is presented as one of the greatest Czech playwrights, poets, composers, teachers, travellers, philosophers, inventors, detectives, mathematicians, amateur obstetricians and sportsmen of the 19th and early 20th century. Playing the game on his real existence is part of his characterization.

Cimrman made his first appearance on a regular radio programme Nealkoholická vinárna U Pavouka ("The Non-Alcoholic Wine Bar chez Spider") on 23 December 1966. Although the character was originally meant to be just a modest caricature of the Czech people, history, and culture, he became an immensely popular protagonist of modern Czech folklore, and an ersatz national hero. Cimrman is both the major character and the putative author of a great number of books, plays, and films.

One of the legend surrounding this genius says, that Jára Cimrman visited České Budějovice and made a speech about a compost, which was a concept, untill then, never heard of. And so he became a founder of composting in the Czech Republic. During his speech, he was eating an apple, which he then put down and forgot about it. In the honor of this great genius, a statue was raised there, but most importantly, the Faculty of Science was established there. 

Find the statue of the apple core and take a picture with it. Upload the photo as a proof.