Prague’s Náplavka may see a number of improvements by next summer, the website Prague.tv reports, citing an architectural study to be discussed by City Hall in February. The plan reportedly calls for more cafes, galleries and public conveniences in a section under Rašínovo nábřeží. Some improvements should be implemented this year along the stretch of the embankment wall between Výtoň and Prague’s famous Dancing House.
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