It is said to be one of the ugliest buildings in the world, and David Černý's babies just underline it. Nevertheless, Žižkov's transmitter is inherently a part of the Prague panorama, seen even from some places in the Jurys Inn. Its lookout cabin with the Oblaca restaurant looks down at the city from a fascinating 93 meters above the surrounding terrain. The total height of 216 meters makes the tower the highest building in the Czech Republic accessible to the public.
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