Old sewage treatment plant

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Starting from 1800 CZK/hour

Industrial space with interesting possibilities

The Old Waste Water Treatment Plant In Prague - Bubenec is an important document of the history of architecture, technology and water management. It was built between 1901 and 1906 as the last article of the systematic sewer network in Prague. Most of Prague's sewage was used to clean up until 1967, when the Central Wastewater Treatment Plant was in operation near Cesar Island. The sewer project and the design of the technical parameters of the sewage plant were developed by architect William Heerlein Lindley, a British engineer. The lease agreements with us are always concluded at least 30 to 60 days prior to each event due to the request for consent to the City Hall - the owner of the building according to the valid regulations from the city towards the NKP object.

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Capacity


  • Max capacity: 750 pax

Equipment


  • Parking available
  • Presentation equipment
  • Sound system
  • WiFi
  • Stage available

Rules




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