Praha hlavní nádraží

Prague main railway station (from 15 February 1940 until January 1953 still 1945a), in the past called Prague Wilson station (1919 – 1940, 1945-1953, and since 1990 has the designation "station President Wilson" as an honorary degree), and the Emperor Franz Joseph railway station (1871-1919), is the most important railway station in Prague. The trackage and terminal building lies on Fantova Vinohrady in Prague 2, the new terminal building of the new town in Prague 1, the Northern gridiron extends into Žižkov, Prague 3.

Despite the reconstruction is performed for a small capacity criticized the station for which it cannot absorb some of the suburban lines.

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Adres
Wilsonova 300/8, Praga

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Prague main railway station (from 15 February 1940 until January 1953 still 1945a), in the past called Prague Wilson station (1919 – 1940, 1945-1953, and since 1990 has the designation "station President Wilson" as an honorary degree), and the Emperor Franz Joseph railway station (1871-1919), is the most important railway station in Prague. The trackage and terminal building lies on Fantova Vinohrady in Prague 2, the new terminal building of the new town in Prague 1, the Northern gridiron extends into Žižkov, Prague 3.

Despite the reconstruction is performed for a small capacity criticized the station for which it cannot absorb some of the suburban lines.

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