Pneumatic sweat was introduced in Prague in 1887 as one of the first in Europe, today its lines are 55 kilometers long. The center was located in the main pot building in Jindiska Street, from where the main lines run in the direction of the branches to Nusle, Dejvice, Vinohrady, Smchov and Palmovka.
The housing first moves with the pipeline at a speed of up to 36 kilometers per hour. Doruen zsilky from Jindisk Street to Prask Castle takes only eight minutes.
Pipe pottery is a national technical monument, but neither museums nor magistrates have much interest in it. That is why the eclipse is hidden from the public eye. “In order for the visitors to admire the center, a separate entrance would have to enter the building,” said Ji Hk, Telefnica O2’s head of telegraph and telex operations.
If you are interested in the historical circles and some industrial bikes, it would be in agreement with the press department of Telefónica O2 mon. Otherwise, people may see the end of the section of pipe pots behind windstorms in Prague-Karln, Italska Street and Moravsk.
Prague is a bag for visitors, especially its historical and cultural uniqueness. Its TV has been influenced by centuries of Slavic, Germanic and Jewish culture, and in addition, the city has been the subject of extensive buildings, as well as Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Modern houses.
Probably the most distinctive building style, which has entered the history of the city, is the Baroque. This is evidenced not only by the number of inches, but also by the Baroque dome on the otherwise Gothic Church of St. Vitus.
An important period for the formation of Prague was the twelve and thirty years of the last century, when several unique buildings were erected in Prague, which experts and students of architecture from all over Europe come to admire. At that time, functionalism dominated in all of them, and in its style, Loos’ villa was built in Steovice, called Mller’s, or Baba’s villas.
Interesting construction bags are still emerging today. There is often talk of the Dance House on Jirskov nmst, which is like Ginger and Fred. It was completed in 1996 and sparked the most extensive public debate on architecture in Prague. His authors Vlado Miluni together with Frank O. Gehry received an award in a survey by the American magazine Time.
The fastest pig in the world
An exceptional new building is the state-of-the-art sports hall for 18,000 girls in Vysoany – Sazka Arena. It is interesting to note that the rows of seats can be adjusted for different variants of use. Technically equipped, it allows you to slide the bottom into view of the perimeter of the wall and thus create space, for example, for a 200-meter-long athletic track.
There is also a special pipeline in the hall, which supplies beer to three restaurants, seven bars and 20 fast food bars. The gastronomic system is able to pour 10,000 beers during a quarter of an hour.
The largest stadium in the world
Another crack of the stadium has its best. The large Strahov stadium with an area of 63,000 square meters is the largest stadium in the world. The state began in 1926, serving as a trainee of Sokol and later sports units. Now there is the Sparta football center.
The uniqueness of Prague is underlined by the fact that it is the largest monument in the world, which is inscribed on the UNESCO list of cultural heritage.