Velká Chuchle

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Velká Chuchle is part of Prague situated in the southwest of the city. It is part of Praha 5 administrative district.

The district includes Prague-Velká Chuchle Racecourse, Prague's only horse-racing track, offering flat racing on most Sundays from April to October. The track was founded in 1906.

Malá Chuchle, a part of Velká Chuchle, is the site of so-called Chuchle battle in 1881.

Velká Chuchle is located close to the site of luxury apartment complex V Tower.[1]

There is an interesting old limekiln with the duplex Pacold’s shaft furnace – unique technical monument from the second half of 19th century - to see in Velká Chuchle: Streetview

Coordinates: 50°01′N 14°23′E / 50.017°N 14.383°E / 50.017; 14.383


  1. ^ "V Tower, Prague - Location". 2015. Retrieved 25 September 2015.