Havlickovy sady / ENGLISH


Havlickovy sady, Gröbovka or Grebovka, is an English-style park in Prague 2, Vinohrady, near Vrsovice and Nusle. In the north it is bordered by the streets U Havlíčkových sadů and Rybalkova and in the south by Botič stream. The park was built in 1871-1888 near the villa, which was built by the Prague industrialist Moritz Gröbe, a companion of Lanna and Šebek. The total cost of building the site reached 1 760 000 Austro-Hungarian crowns, which represents approximately CZK 500 million.

The Gröbe Villa, the Pavilion, the vineyards with the Vineyard Arbor, Grotta and the Upper and Lower Landhauska farms are located in the park area; from the recent times, also a wine cellar and a playground. Since 1964, the area has been an immovable cultural monument. Since 1999, it has been administered by the Prague 2 Municipal District. Due to the overall dilapidation, extensive reconstruction of the site, including the restoration of greenery and roads, was undertaken in 2001. The reconstruction of the complex was completed in 2014. In 2015, the renovation was awarded the Patrimonium for Futuro Award, awarded for successes in the field of heritage conservation by the National Heritage Institute.

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