Wednesday, 22 January 2020

Life

The first DisruptHR event comes to Prague this week

Expats.cz |
16 January 2020

An English-friendly evening of talks wants to challenge the workplace status-quo in the Czech Republic.

Jan Palach memorial to commemorate 51st anniversary of martyr's death

Expats.cz |
15 January 2020

The National Museum will commemorate the 51st anniversary of the self-immolation of Jan Palach with extended opening hours at the Jan Palach Memorial in Všetaty, on Thursday, January 16.

10 best things to do with kids this week in Prague

Expats.cz |
14 January 2020

Storytelling, puppet shows, art workshops, and more: this week in Prague for families

2020: the year of Czech lace?

Radio Prague |
14 January 2020

Last week, the Ministry of Culture added a specific type of Czech lace to the intangible cultural heritage list, a step towards such recognition by UNESCO. Meanwhile, an exquisite example of lacework – a lady's cape comprised of 21 metres of lace – has just been restored ahead of the 750th anniversary of the town in which it was discovered.

Brno Family: A long day of fun at Bongo

Brno Daily |
13 January 2020

Bongo Brno, an indoor children's playground, is packed with attractions for kids to climb, jump on and slide down.

10 best things to do in Prague this week

Expats.cz |
13 January 2020

Kicking off in Prague this week: a citywide food festival, films galore, world-class art exhibits, and a strapping new show.

Czechoslovakia: Behind the Iron Curtain

Radio Prague |
14 January 2020

"There is good, better and then there is the USSR." - A new book depicts life in communist Czechoslovakia through memories of people who experienced it.

Travel Brno: The least exciting destination

Brno Daily |
10 January 2020

This is a travel article about a place that I think everyone should visit and everyone should try to understand, lest the evil and immorality that it represents be repeated.

130th anniversary of birth of great interwar writer Karel Čapek

Radio Prague |
10 January 2020

Thursday marked the 130th anniversary of the birth of the Czech novelist, dramatic and journalist Karel Čapek. Seen as one of the greatest literary figures of Czechoslovakia's First Republic, the science-fiction pioneer is perhaps best-known today for having given the world the word "robot".

Prague Zoo sees record number of visitors in 2019

Expats.cz |
9 January 2020

A new Prague Zoo visitor record was set, with 1,456,526 people paying admission in 2019, breaking the 2016 record by 8,173. The zoo is one of the top attractions in the Czech Republic.

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