Hus Congregational House

Local nameHusův sbor Vinohrady
LocationVinohrady, Prague, Czechia

The Hus Congregational House, or Husův sbor, is a Hussite church in Dykova Street in Prague 10. It was completed in 1935 as part of a multi-functional development by architect Pavel Janák in the constructivist style. The tall, six-storey minimalist tower and belfry carries a 700 kg copper chalice as a symbol of the Hussite Church. The tower was briefly used to create an alternative radio station during the Prague uprising in 1945.

Tags Place of WorshipResidential Building
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Address 51/1 Dykova, Praha 10100, Czech Republic

Coordinates 50°4'27.91" N 14°26'55.769" E

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