In 1922 a new attraction opened in built in Vršovice. Known as Lunapark and Eden, it had a roller coaster that measured five kilometers in length, it hosted musical concerts, theatre plays, romantic boats floated along on the lagoon, and fireworks in the evening.

The attractions were located between today’s intersection of Vršovická Street with Bělocerkevská Street.

The park survived for 20 years but visitor rates decreased dramatically in the 1930s and most of the attractions were demolished by 1935. By 1946 the city’s hygienist ordered the park to be closed. Now Tesco and the Slavia football stadium stand here.

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I am an enthusiastic au-pair girl in Prague. My biggest passion in life is traveling. I have been to 33 different countries in my life already and I thrive to see the world.