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Velký strahovský stadion

by ewine

Has there ever been an official soccer match in this stadium?

Re: Velký strahovský stadion

by Kakapo2

As far as I know there are 6 regular and 2 smaller football (soccer) pitches inside the stadium. Home games of Sparta Prague's reserve and youth teams take place there. So these are official games.

There was surely no big football game, as the spectators would be too far away from the pitch.

The stadium is really huge, it was built for the Spartakiade, and held up to 220.000 spectators. When I was there many years ago, the ground was white gravel. This has obviously changed in the meantime, by dividing it into all those training grounds.

Also, the administration of Sparta Prague is in the stadium.

The stadium where the top team play is nearby. You can see this on the contact link of their website:

http://www.sparta.cz/en/about-club/contacts.shtml

If you want to know more details, there are also email addresses on this site.

Travel Tips for Prague

WALK, WALK, WALK

If there is...

by SirRichard

WALK, WALK, WALK

If there is a city that can (and must!) be seen as you walk, that's Prague. You can discover secret charming places anywhere.
Early morning is a magic moment to see the city. Climb as high as possible and watch the city wake up among the golden roofs...

Castle Itinerary

by sandysmith

The Castle is such a complex of building and courtyards that you really could spend days here just absorbing it all.

The main western gate leads to the First Courtyard where the ceremonial changing of the guard takes place.
The Mathias Gate leads to the Second Courtyard - enclosed by the Theresain style buildings of the Castle wings. A staircase on the right leads to the state rooms and a gate in the northern wing leads to the Powder Bridge.

Another gateway leads to the Third Courtyard - the central part of the castle complex which is dominated by the St Vitus Catheral. The Royal Palace is located south-west of St Vitus.
The Third Courtyard leads to St George's square and Basilica of the same name.

Follow the lane past the Basilica and then turn left to reach the entrance to Golden Lane.

More Czech Art

by zrim

Located in the Golden Lane in the castle district, this is another incomprehensible Czech art piece. What is the artist saying here?

"Don't look over your shoulder, death is on your ass?"

"Life is meaningless, since we will all be wormfood one day?"

Very uplifting, this Czech art.

Karlstejn Castle

by mrclay2000

This 14-century stronghold built by Charles IV to house the crown jewels now serves only partly in that capacity (the rest of the crown jewels are in Vienna). Even so, there is a police presence within the castle to prevent electronic devices from scouting the place, but otherwise the tour through the various royal apartments and the at-will exploration around the ramparts, towers and battlements is a wonderful diversion for the castle lover. Karlstejn is about 35 minutes by train northwest from Prague (leaves from Smichov station to Beroun every hour).

Jubilee Synagogue - the entrance-gate

by globetrott

The entrance-door of the Jubilee Synagogue is beautifully decorated.
The building is locked all day, and I did not find any sign for tours through the building. The Synagogue was built in 1905 according to the plans of Wilhelm Stiassny.

Jubilee Synagogue is just about 300 meters from Prague's main-trainstation Hlavni Nadrazi ! Get out of the door about in the middle of the station, simply cross the small park and you will be in in a small street called Jeruzalemska ( Jerusalem-street ). After a few meters you are at the Synagoge !

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