Dejvická

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Coordinates: 50°6′2.14″N 14°23′31.25″E / 50.1005944°N 14.3920139°E / 50.1005944; 14.3920139

Dejvická
Metro
Praha, Dejvická, stanice.jpg
Line(s) Line A
History
Opened 12 August 1978 (1978-08-12)

Dejvická (Czech pronunciation: [ˈdɛjvɪtskaː]) is a Prague Metro station on Line A. It lies at the eastern end of the main boulevard Evropská Třída. The station was opened on 12 August 1978 as a part of the line. It was formerly known as Leninova after Vladimir Lenin, and renamed Dejvická in 1990 following the Velvet Revolution. It serves and is named after the Dejvice district of Prague 6. The Dejvická Farmers' Market is located nearby and open on Saturdays.

The station served as the terminus of Line A until the extension to Nemocnice Motol was opened in 2015.

Exits[edit]

The station has two exits

  • Western exit leading to Evropská Třída
  • Eastern exit leading to Victory Square (Czech: Vítězné náměstí).

External links[edit]

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