A bridge repair too short, trouble at the mill and a Prague Pentagon

Ryšánková, Irena
March 2002
Prague Business Journal;3/25/2002, Vol. 7 Issue 12, p6
Academic Journal
Reports developments on the government property in Czech Republic as of March 2002. Concern of the monuments office over the priority of repairs to the Charles Bridge; Rejection of the glass cube by the Monument Preservation Office; Plan of the Ministry of Defense to put up a Center of Administration and Command.


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