UNESCO doesn't want high buildings in Prague

Author: Visualization: ECM Prague should reconsider building of new high buildings in the city. They might have a negative effect for the metropole which is on the list of the UNESCO. That’s the recommodation of the World Heritage Committee by the UNESCO that is meeting now in New Zealand.

The committee talked mainly about the project to build two high buildings in Prague-Pankrac. They stress that the plans should respect the panorama of the historical Prague. The official statement of the committee will be send officially to Prague soon.

One of the two planned buildings should have 31 floor and be in the shape of the letter V. The other one, a hotel, should be 10 floors lower. They are supposed to be build very close to the historical centre of Prague.

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