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Adria

Address

Jungmannova 36/31, Praha 1

Description

Building Palace Adria is an important architectural dominant the capital city of Prague. It was built in years 1923 - 1924 for the insurance company Réunione Adriatica di Sicurta. Architects Pavel Janák and Josef Zach designed the façade of the building in Rondocubism style, inspired by motives of towers and crenellations of middle Italian Signoria renaissance palaces. The last reconstruction of the building was completed in the year 1998.

The eleven-storey building of the Adria palace has an irregular quadrilateral ground plan and is located in high profile place on the corner of Národní st. and Jungmanova st. which are connected by the arcade in the building. The building is listed as a cultural monument, is located inPrague Historical Reserve and is as well a UNESCO monument.

The building is divided into three wings; each of them has an independent entrance from the building arcade. At the two main entrances there are receptions which provide a number of supplementary services. On the ground floor of the building there are business premisses with an independent entrance on Jungmanova street and a joint contact place of companies Pražská enegetika, a.s and Pražská plynárenská, a.s. named "Spolu pro Prahu". Basement space is used not only as storage space and operational premises of the building there is the popular theatre "Divadlo bez zábradlí" as well. Remaining space in the building is used mainly as office space but moreover there is a gallery and two flats. Last but not least is a restaurant with an independent entrance from the arcade. The restaurant has a spacious terrace with a view over Národní street and Jungmanovo square.

Technical operation of the building is provided for by central dispatch office with round-o-clock service, the building is equipped with EPS (electronic fire) and ESZ electronic safety) systems and monitored by the camera system and the security service.

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Aquacentrum Šutka

Address

Čimická 848/41, Praha 8

Description

Aquacentrum Šutka is newly opened, one of the most modern swimming pool complexes not only in Prague but also in the Czech Republic.

Construction of the swimming pool complex started at the end of 1987 and the construction was supposed to finish in 1994. The construction works were getting slow due to limited financial means and in particularly because there were asserted restitution claims. In 2001, the restitution claims were solved and the Prague municipality became an owner of all sites. In September 2010 construction works, aim of which was to finish the swimming pool complex, started again and on 13 December 2012, the swimming complex was opened for test operation. Official opening of the Aquacentrum Šutka was on 17. 1. 2013. Representatives of the Prague municipality and administering company TRADE CENTRE PRAHA, a. s. opened the complex by cutting a ribbon.

Presently the Aquacentrum Šutka can offer to visitors not only 50 m swimming pool but a whirling pool, a wild river, 2 toboggans, a waterfall, a relaxation pool, a paddling pool for children and a water bar with refreshment as well. For wellness, enthusiasts there are two Finnish saunas with cooling outdoor pools and two steam baths. In summer months, you can relax on the outdoor terrace with an amazing view over Prague and for the rest of the year you can enjoy a lot of fun and relax in cover premises. The Aquacentrum Šutka is open daily all year round. The whole complex is barrier-free. The parking area has a capacity for 270 cars, or you can use the near bus stop "Čimický háj".

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Blanická

Address

Blanická 1008/28, Praha 2

Description

Building Blanická 28, Prague 2 is located on the corner of Blanická street and Vinohradská street with the entrance on Blanická street. ‏

On the ground floor with the entrance on Vinohradská street there are business premisses, from the ground floor to 6th floor there are office premisses, in the basement there is a bar with a garden situated to the inner courtyard, the sub-basement is used as technical premises of the building, storage space and a maintenance workshop.

At the entrance to the office part of the building there is a reception with working hours on working days from 07:00 to 20:00 and which provides tenants with supplementary services (taking over mail, interconnecting of calls etc.) During night hours, public holidays and weekends the building is secured by EZS (electronic safety) system, which is connected to the alarm receiving centre. Security of the building is supported by the camera recording system.

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Celetná

Address

Celetná 594/19 a 593/21, Praha 1

Description

Buildings Celetná 19, 21, Prague 1 are listed cultural monuments, located in Prague Historical Reserve and are as well UNESCO monuments. These are two buildings connected by corridors (no. 593 "U červeného orla", no. 594 "U sv. Václava") at present connected by corridors, with one main entrance on Celetná street.

On the ground floor there are business premisses, from 1st to 3rd floor there are offices, in the basement there is storage space and technical premisses, at the back of the building there is a small garden which can be used by tenants as a place where to relax.

The buildings are secured by EZS (electronic safety) system which is connected to the alarm receiving centre.

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Hudební divadlo Karlín

Address

Křižíkova 283/10, Praha 8

Description

Historical building of the theatre Hudební divadlo Karlín, the project designed by architect Otto Ehlen, built 1881 and rebuilt in the years 1885 and 1897, is an important Baroque Revival building, interiors of which corresponds to early Vienna Art Nouveau. The oldest part of the building, original theatre Théatre - Variété, which used to host circus and variety shows, is built in Baroque Revival style.

Last extensive building adaptations were carried out at the late 1950s. In August 2002 the whole building was heavily damaged by devastating flood when the water level reached two meters above the ground floor. After that the building was completely reconstructed and extension in the east part of the building site, where operational premisses of the theatre are now located, was built. Architectonic design was done by Atelier ANIMA s.r.o., academic architect Jindřich Smetana and co. The reconstruction was finished by gala opening night on 12. 10. 2006.

Nowadays the building is equipped by modern technologies, which control its operation, as well by the most up-to date theatre technologies.

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