Prague 7

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Prague 7 (Praha 7)
Municipal District of Prague
Administrative District of Prague
Praha, Holešovice, Budova Prahy 7.JPG
Prague 7 town hall and financial office
Coat of arms
Official name: Městská část Praha 7
Country Czech Republic
Region Prague, the Capital City
Coordinates 50°6′2″N 14°26′8″E / 50.10056°N 14.43556°E / 50.10056; 14.43556Coordinates: 50°6′2″N 14°26′8″E / 50.10056°N 14.43556°E / 50.10056; 14.43556
Area 7.10 km2 (3 sq mi)
Population 40,843 (2008)
Density 5,753/km2 (14,900/sq mi)
Mayor Jan Čižinský[1]
Timezone CET (UTC+1)
 - summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 170 00
Location map municipal district Prague - Praha 7.PNG
Location of Prague 7 in Prague

Prague 7 is a municipal district (městská část) in Prague, Czech Republic.

The administrative district (správní obvod) of the same name consists of the quarters Letná, Holešovice, Bubny, Bubeneč, Troja as well as a small part of Libeň. It's one of the smallest Prague districts and stretches along the left bank of the Vltava. In the Northern part is located Troja with the world-famous Prague Zoo. It's linked to the city centre by metro line C. Other attractions in Prague 7 include the stadium of famous Czech football club AC Sparta, cultural centre DOX and the former trade fair centre Veletržní palác. Its parks Stromovka and Letná rank among the biggest in the capital.


  1. ^ "MČ Praha 7: Zastupitelstvo MČ Praha 7 zvolilo novou radu". Retrieved 2015-10-27. 

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