Prague plans to build a climbing wall on its highest bridge above the Nusle valley next year.

The major part of a four-year overall reconstruction of Nusle Bridge will be completed by November 17 at the latest. A six-lane road on the bridge, connecting south of the city with the D1 motorway to Brno, the second largest Czech city, should be completed in two months.

After the repairs, a new climbing wall will be constructed on one of the bridge pillars. It should start working in May. The grips will not be fastened directly to the pillar, but they will be attached to a coating that will cover it.

The City Hall also promised a free access to the climbing wall.

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