The Nusle bridge in Prague will host the works of Czech and international street artists. The 485-meter long concrete communist-era giant will get a facelift during the month of September. Grafitti and street artists from the Czech Republic, Germany, the United States, France, the Netherlands, Spain, France and Poland will leave their mark on the eight pillars of the bridge and plan to create a unique gallery along its sides. The opening will most likely be on 3 October, but organizers of the project say it will depend on the weather and the speed with which the artists will be able to work.
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