Abrham has a stop at U Prdlavky: It was opened by Zdeněk Svěrák

That you heard it somewhere? But yes, that’s what they called Josef Abrham (81) in the film Chief, Flee! The bus station is just a short walk from the place where Abrham stayed in Žižkov as a good chief Crow. One of the authors of the 1981 comedy, Zdeněk Svěrák, christened the stop (85), otherwise the main character’s movie neighbor.

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“People can be expected to remember the figure of Dalibor Crow, a bookseller who lived in these places and who owned something between a car and a motorcycle, once the famous velorex, and that is why his neighbors nicknamed him Prdlavka,” Svěrák said at the opening of the stop sign. The vice will be happy if people have a smile on their face when passing through a bus stop or during a performance in its place. “When the smiles of thousands of Praguers add up, it already seems like a good dose of good mood to me,” added an acting legend.

Route 101

You can get to the U PRDLAVKY stop by line 101, which now runs through Žižkov. The transport company will use Solaris Urbino 10.5 cars on the line, which are low-emission and low-floor. Buses should make it easier to move around Prague, especially for parents with children in prams, seniors and people with reduced mobility.

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