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C.S.P.S. Hall

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Identification

C.S.P.S. Hall
Česko-Slovanský Podporující Spolek Hall
Czech and Slovak Sokol Hall
1175068

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Structure in General

low-rise building
existing [completed]
masonry
load-bearing foundation walls
brick
light red
gabled roof

Usages

restaurant club house community center diplomatic office

Facts

  • The C.S.P.S. (Česko-Slovanský Podporující Spolek) Hall is the longest-serving Czech and Slovak Cultural Center in the United States.
  • The original building by Emil Ulrici and William J. Gronewold was expanded with a third floor in 1917 to the designs of Raymond Pavlecka.
  • The building also contains a German restaurant and the office of the Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic.

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Location

381-385 Michigan Street
605 West 7th Street
191-199 Western Avenue South
383 Michigan Street, 605 West 7th Street
55102
West Seventh
St. Paul
Minnesota
U.S.A.

Technical Data

38.47 ft
3
1
Mar 1887
Sep 1887
1917
1
0

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Features & Amenities

  • City landmark
  • National landmark
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