Saturday, September 28, 2019

The street is so narrow that traffic lights must be installed to avoid jammed

Vinarna Certovka
In the center of Prague (Czech Republic), the Mala Strana has a narrow street that two people cannot pass through and have to install its own traffic lights.

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Vinarna Certovka
Prague is famous as a beautiful city with many things for visitors to explore, including a going through by one street located in the Certovka canal area. Photo: Amazing Czechia.
Vinarna Certovka
Vinarna Certovka
This street is called Vinarna Certovka, with a width of only about 50 cm and runs about 10 m between the houses near the Charles Bridge. Vinarna Certovka consists of many stone steps leading visitors from U Luzickeho street to the Certovka restaurant on the edge of the Certovka channel. Photo: Amusing Planet.
Vinarna Certovka
For people to travel more conveniently, two traffic lights are installed at each end of the street, telling people on the other side whether anyone is using the road or not. Photo: Daily Mail.
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Vinarna Certovka
Vinarna Certovka
Travelers with oversized bodies are advised not to try to enter here. Certovka, the owner of the restaurant, said there was someone trapped here and they had to use soap to help this tourist escape. Photo: Daily Mail.
Vinarna Certovka
Vinarna Certovka
At the end of this street is the Certovka restaurant overlooking the poetic canal, the perfect setting for afternoons in Prague. However, this restaurant is often very crowded and is not appreciated for food or service. Photo: Certovka Restaurant.

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