Concrete barriers have gone up in parts of the Czech capital to boost security at sites holding Easter markets. Barriers preventing entry by trucks or vans, which could potentially be used in terrorist attacks, went up at the start of Opletalova Street.
Barriers have already been up long-term on Prague’s Old Town Square.
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