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Prague 4

Prague 4 (Praha 4)
Municipal District of Prague
Administrative District of Prague
Aerial view of Pankrác
Flag
Coat of arms
Official name: Městská část Praha 4
Country Czech Republic
Region Prague, the Capital City
Coordinates
Area 24.19 km2 (9 sq mi)
Population 130,287 (2008)
Density 5,386 / km2 (13,950 / sq mi)
Mayor Pavel Horálek
Timezone CET (UTC+1)
 - summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 140 00
Location of Prague 4 in Prague
Website: http://www.praha4.cz

Prague 4, formally the Prague 4 Municipal District (Městská čast Praha 4), is a second-tier municipality in Prague. The administrative district (správní obvod) of the same name consists of municipal districts Prague 4 and Kunratice.

Prague 4 is located just south of Prague 2 and is the biggest municipality in Prague. Most of this district consists of large estates of panelaks. The district is also well connected to the motorway to Brno.

Education

The Prague British School Kamýk campus is in Prague 4.[1]

References

  1. ^ "Kamyk." Prague British School. Retrieved on 20 February 2015. "Address: K Lesu 558/2, Prague 4"

External links

  • Prague 4 official site
  • Census statistics for Czech municipalities (in Czech)
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