Prague Castle has paid of a debt that led, some weeks ago, to the castle being placed under administration. This comes as a result of pressure by Czech religious groups offering to buy the debt. In the end, this did not happen, and the castle has apparently paid off the monies owed. Specifically, the case relates to unpaid fees of 1.4 million crowns the castle allegedly owed to the company Gema Art Group.
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