Háje (Czech pronunciation: [ˈhaːjɛ]) is a Prague Metro station and the terminus of Line C. It is named after a local neighborhood, whose name in English literally means groves. Háje station, along with the two stations preceding it, serve Jižní Město, the largest housing estate in the Czech Republic.
The station was opened on November 7, 1980 and was formerly known as Kosmonautů (meaning [station of] the astronauts) until 1990.
|← direction Letňany||Prague Metro – line C||direction Háje →|
|Letňany - Prosek - Střížkov - Ládví – Kobylisy – Nádraží Holešovice – Vltavská – Florenc B – Hlavní nádraží – Muzeum A – I. P. Pavlova – Vyšehrad – Pražského povstání – Pankrác – Budějovická – Kačerov – Roztyly – Chodov – Opatov – Háje|
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