Beehives are to be installed on the roof of Prague City Hall in the historical centre of the capital. Councilors on Tuesday voted to allow a beekeeper to run six hives on top of the Art Nouveau building for an unlimited period of time. Beehives are already in place on the roof of a city centre shopping centre and hotel. Experts say the urban environment provides bees with a wide variety of plants for pollination and, unlike in the countryside, there is no danger from pesticides
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