Zličín

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For the metro station, see Zličín (Prague Metro).
Zličín pond in the central part of this neighbourhood

Zličín is a district and cadastral area in the west of Prague, located in an administrative district of the same name, which is part of Prague 5 in the old system and governs the cadastral areas Zličín, Sobín and the northern part of Třebonice. The name is best known among Praguers as the site for a large bus station, Metro terminus and depot and a number of shopping centres and hypermarkets, all of which are named after Zličín, despite actually belonging to the neighbouring district Třebonice.

Neighbouring districts[edit]

Coordinates: 50°03′34″N 14°17′36″E / 50.05944°N 14.29333°E / 50.05944; 14.29333