The Prague street cleaning service has announced it will remove all candles from Prague’s Wenceslas Square in the early hours of Saturday ahead of New Year’s celebrations. People have been lighting candles and laying flowers spontaneously at the foot of the statue of St Wenceslas in the square since the death of former president Václav Havel on December 18th. The city authorities say they are afraid the site of mourning might be damaged during the upcoming celebrations.
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