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Pankrác (Prague Metro)

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Pankrác
Prague Metro station
Pankrác metro station from the driver's cab
Location Pankrác
Prague 4
Prague
Czech Republic
Coordinates
Owned by Dopravní podnik hl. m. Prahy
Line(s)  C 
Platforms island platform
Tracks 2
Construction
Platform levels 1
Bicycle facilities No
History
Opened 9 May 1974 (1974-05-09)
Services
Documentation
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toward Letňany
Line C
Location
Pankrác (Prague Metro) is located in Greater Prague
Pankrác (Prague Metro)

Pankrác (Czech pronunciation: ) is a Prague Metro station on Line C, located in the district of Pankrác in Prague 4. The station was formerly known as Mládežnická.

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