The Judith Tower is one of the towers on the Malá Strana side of Charles Bridge. Prague City Hall decided to renovate the Romanesque historical landmark, but the National Heritage Institute is against, arguing that the repairs would damage the historical authenticity of the building. Therefore the renovations have been put on hold for now.
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