Prague Metro station
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Českomoravská (Czech pronunciation: [ˈt͡ʃɛskomorafskaː]) is a Prague Metro station on Line B opened in 1990. It is located under Drahobejlova street in Vysočany. For some time Českomoravská was a terminal station until the extension of Line B to Černý Most in 1998.
The station was built with TBM method and has a platform 26 m below ground level. There is one exit through an escalator tunnel. An adjacent bus station serves as terminal for some urban and suburban lines in the northeast of Prague. The multifunctional O2 arena, formerly Sazka Arena, built in 2004, is located just next to the Českomoravská station.
Zápotockého was the originally intended name for this station (after Czech communist politician Antonín Zápotocký), but this idea was quickly abandoned after the Velvet Revolution in 1989. The current name Českomoravská (literally: Bohemo-Moravian) derives from the large Českomoravská Kolben-Daněk engineering company, once based nearby.
- Českomoravská at metroweb.cz (Czech)
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