Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague

laboratory of high voltage, measurements and diagnostics of photovoltaic systems; laboratory of medical engineering, electrical engines, electro-formula workshop

Saturday, Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Photos: Lukáš Žentel, Milan Jaroš, Building's Archive

Transport: metro / bus / tram (Dejvická)
Visiting Method: group tours of a limited size (20 persons allowed in the high-voltage hall and 10 persons allowed in nuclear bunkers)
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Address: Technická 2, Praha 6-Dejvice
Year: 1959–1964
Architects: František Čermák and Gustav Paul

Construction of this building in Dejvice with its façade covered by colourful metal plates in combination with ceramics started in 1957. Inside, the hall of the High Voltage Laboratory houses huge balls, spools or pipes which test power supplies for the production of electrical discharges. Come and enjoy the best thunderstorm of your life! During your visit you can look into other scientific labs, the underground fallout shelter or the only Czech electro-formula student workshop.