A project by the Czech conceptual artist Kateřina Šedá aims to bring back normal life to the town of Český Krumlov, which is suffering from overtourism. She is paying families with children to live in the city-centre and lead normal everyday lives. The town, with its 12,000 inhabitants is annually visited by over two million tourists, which has resulted in the city centre becoming something of a ghost town.
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