Prague’s Libeň bridge will not receive the designation of cultural heritage site, the Culture Ministry revealed on Monday. The decision is not binding.
The bridge has been closed to tram and car traffic since January 19 due because it is in poor condition.
Prague city councillors were to decide whether the bridge would be repaired or demolished.
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