The famous Wenceslas Square in the center of Prague will take enormous changes already in 2017. The reconstruction was confirmed by Adriana Krnáčová, mayor of Prague.
“I’m glad we could finally ask for a zoning decision, although I think it could have been accomplished by one of the previous city councils. The architectural competition was held already in 2005, and since then the renovation has not made much progress,” Krnáčová said.
The reconstruction will cost about 150 million crowns and takes six months. During the reconstruction sidewalks will be broaden and alley itself will receive the 2nd row of trees on each side. Flowerbeds, drinking fountains will be placed on alleys. Parking spaces will be reduced.