Křižíkova (Prague Metro)
Křižíkova (Czech pronunciation: [ˈkr̝ɪʒiːkova]) is a Prague Metro station on Line B in the Prague district of Karlín. It was severely damaged in the 2002 floods, but was re-opened after being restored the following year. The station was named after František Křižík, an engineer and inventor who had his factory near the current station.
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|Zličín – Stodůlky – Luka – Lužiny – Hůrka – Nové Butovice – Jinonice – Radlická – Smíchovské nádraží – Anděl – Karlovo náměstí – Národní třída – Můstek A – Náměstí Republiky – Florenc C – Křižíkova – Invalidovna – Palmovka – Českomoravská – Vysočanská – Kolbenova – Hloubětín – Rajská zahrada – Černý Most|
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