Published at: 2018-04-05 05:38 | Author: Robert McLean
AFI Europe, which began construction on the third phase of its Prague 3 residential project Tulipa Třebešín, handed over three-room kindergarten to the municipality in late January.
It’s part of the bargain struck with the city that helped it win the needed support for the project to go through. The school will be able to take on 60 children at prices that are considerably less than parents are forced to pay in private schools. AFI’s director Doron Klein said that there’s a lack of capacity all over Prague of such facilities and that his company had been keen to play a part in improving the situation.

“Its subsequent integration into the system of state kindergarten sch...

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