Prague’s Národní třída metro station reopened to the public on Friday after undergoing a major reconstruction. The station was closed in the summer of 2012 in order to enable a large developer’s project in the vicinity. Národní třída, located in the city centre on the metro’s B line, is one of the busiest transport nodes in Prague, used by around 21 thousand passengers daily.
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