Prague City Hall has installed large concrete barriers on the city’s Old Town Square in the centre as a preventive measure against possible terrorist attacks.
The barricades are placed at the edge of the square at the entrance to Pařížská Street. The so-called city blocks were purchased by the city council and cost tens of thousands of crowns.
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