Free Walking Sightseeing Tour #9 in Prague, Czechia


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Tour Facts

Number of sights 5 sights
Distance 2.2 km
Ascend 41 m
Descend 31 m

Explore Prague in Czechia with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.

Activities in PragueIndividual Sights in Prague

Sight 1: svatá Terezie z Lisieux

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The Church of St. Theresa of the Child Jesus in Prague-Kobylisy is a Roman Catholic parish church dedicated to St. Theresa of Lisieux. It is located on Kobylisy Square near the Kobylisy metro station. The administration of the parish, to which the church belongs, is entrusted to the Salesians of Don Bosco.

Wikipedia: Kostel svaté Terezie od Dítěte Ježíše (CS)

124 meters / 1 minutes

Sight 2: Salesiánské divadlo

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The Salesian Theater in Prague is a former theater scene, a educational and leisure space at the Kobylisy Salesian Center of Youth. It is located on Kobyliské náměstí No. 640/11 in Prague 8 near the Kobylisy metro station. The capacity of the hall is 397 spectators.

Wikipedia: Salesiánské divadlo (CS)

435 meters / 5 minutes

Sight 3: Divadlo Karla Hackera

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The Karel Hacker Theatre is one of the smallest theatres in Prague, founded in Kobylisy in 1913 by a local teacher and patriot Karel Hacker. Karel Hacker is also the founder of the amateur puppet ensemble Jiskra, which is still active here today. The theatre's repertoire includes theatre performances and concerts for schools and kindergartens, but part of the programme is also intended for the general public. The theatre operates with the financial support of the Department of Culture of the Municipal District of Prague 8.

Wikipedia: Divadlo Karla Hackera (CS), Website

660 meters / 8 minutes

Sight 4: U Jákobova žebříku

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The church of Jacob's ladder is the sacral building of the Kobylian church of the Czech-Bratratrice, built in the northern part of Prague, in Kobylis, in the street U Skolská garden. Its construction was planned during the period of political release in the late 1960s as a replacement for the unsuitable, until then used provisional prayer room. The architect of the building is Ernst Gisel and its opening ceremony was held in 1971. The reconstruction and reconstruction of the building was then carried out in 1995 and 2001 according to the designs of the Czech architects Radovan Schaufler and Jakub Roskovce, during which the bell bells were built at the church.

Wikipedia: Kostel U Jákobova žebříku (CS), Website

981 meters / 12 minutes

Sight 5: Libeňská vodárenská věž

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Libeňská vodárenská věž

The Libeň Water Tower at the intersection of today's Davídkova and Na Slovance streets in Prague was built in 1904 by František Schlaffer. It was part of the water supply system fed from the Káraný water source and supplied drinking water to the lower parts of Libeň. It ceased to fulfil its role in the late 1960s. The tower in the style of a Dutch lighthouse is 42 meters high, on a circular ground plan. Up to 178 m³ of water could be placed in the water tank in the tower. Since 1991 it has been protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic.

Wikipedia: Libeňská vodárenská věž (CS)


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