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Metropolitan District Praha 14

Coat of Arms of Praha 14

Praha 14

is one of the 57 parts of the capital Prague. It is situated at the north-east rim of Prague and it consists of the historic towns Kyje, Hloubětín and Hostavice plus the recent new urban settlements Černý Most I and II. Praha 14 includes also Dolní Počernice.

Population of Praha 14

Černý Most 22355
part of Hloubětín 9010
Hostavice 2205
Kyje  6953
total 40523
[31.12.13]

Location of Praha 14 in the map of Praha
Map of Praha 14 with marked cadastres, 5 kB
Territory of Praha 14

Černý Most

Černý Most consists solely of panel blocks of flats. Černý Most I with circa 1780 flats was finished in 1980. From 1985 Černý Most II is being built gradually. After the 5th phase of construction there will be circa 7270 flats. The blocks of flats with the shopping and entertainment centre Černý Most and the new shopping mall IKEA now fill the whole area between Kyje in the west and Horní Počernice in the east.
Two blocks of flats at Černý Most I house the offices of the Praha 14 authority.
Hloubětín

Hloubětín became part of Praha in 1922. Praha 14 administers 2/3 of the cadastral territory of Hloubětín with parts Nový Hloubětín and Starý Hloubětín, Za horou, settlement Lehovec and the urban settlement Hloubětín. One of the oldest references to Hloubětín dates from 1257.
Kyje

Kyje was connected to Praha in 1968. Most of Kyje consists of family houses in the quarters Hutě and Rajská zahrada north of Chlumecká Street and Lehovec, Nad rybníkem, Aloisov, Staré Kyje and Jiráskova čtvrť in the central and southern part of the cadastre. Cadastral territory Kyje includes also the industrial sites Laktos and Coca-Cola and the remote settlement Jahodnice., In Kyje there is the oldest building the whole Praha 14 - a Romanesque church of St. Bartholomew, which is in the coat of arms of Praha 14.
Hostavice

The cadastre of Hostavice includes the original town Hostavice and its quarter Jahodnice, which was built after 1925 as an area of family houses for the World War legionaries south of the Vienna Road (now Českobrodská Road). Family houses still prevail. The settlement Jahodnice built at the west rim of the original Jahodnice, is part of the cadastre of Kyje. Hostavice was connected to Praha in 1968.
Interactive map of Praha 14