Národní třída (Prague Metro)

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Národní třída metro station after reconstruction between 2012 and 2014

Národní třída ("Avenue of the Nation", Czech pronunciation: [ˈnaːrodɲiː ˈtr̝iːda]) is a Prague Metro station on Line B and a former ghost station. The station has two exits, one to Spálená street where it connects to the tram network and other to M. D. Rettigové street, using a pair of lifts.

The station was closed between July 2012 and June 2014 due to construction of a new shopping and business centre. Trains only passed through the station without stopping.[1]


Národní třída is a pylon type metro station with three supports.


See also[edit]

← direction Zličín Prague Metroline B direction Černý Most
Karlovo náměstí Národní třída Můstek
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Coordinates: 50°04′48″N 14°25′12″E / 50.080°N 14.420°E / 50.080; 14.420