Friday, 4 December 2020

Life

How to see the best of Prague in 2 hours

Honest Guide |
12 November 2020

If you want see most of the city, you go for a tour - but that's too slow! That's why you should run. Janek and Honza prepared a special route connecting the best parts of Prague.

November 17 will be celebrated online this year

Expats.cz |
11 November 2020

Celebrations of the anniversary of the Velvet Revolution will be largely moving online and broadcast over Czech Television this year due to the coronavirus situation.

Red poppy campaign celebrates war veterans

Brno Daily |
11 November 2020

The nonprofit organization Post Bellum has organized the public collection of donations for War Veterans Day for the sixth year in the Czech Republic.

Jara Dušátko – Stanford Czech teacher and San Francisco Sokol head

Radio Prague |
10 November 2020

Jara Dušátko has been teaching Czech for over two decades at Stanford University in California and is also president of the San Francisco branch of Sokol, the Czech gymnastics and sports organisation. Recently she was honoured by the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Atelier 111 architekti completes 'cottage near a pond'

Designboom |
10 November 2020

Atelier 111 architekti realized a timber holiday house on the edge of a pond in Vysočina. Surrounded by picturesque scenery, the modest one-bedroom dwelling is aptly called 'cottage near a pond' and it's inspired by traditional fishermen's cabins.

The Battle of White Mountain - arguably the most decisive battle of the Thirty Years War

Radio Prague |
9 November 2020

On November 8, 1620, a major clash took place outside Prague between the Imperial Army of Emperor Ferdinand II. and those of the Bohemian Revolt. To find out more about the battle's significance Radio Prague spoke to Peter H. Wilson, Oxford University's Chichele Professor of the History of War, who is one of the foremost specialists on the Thirty Years War era.

Autumn in Divoká Šárka nature reserve

Radio Prague |
9 November 2020

The Divoká Šárka nature reserve is is a popular day-trip destination for hikers, cyclists and families with children.

EP3: Tereza Rosalie Kladošová

Radio Prague |
6 November 2020

Tereza Rosalie Kladošová is one of the Czech Republic’s top young fashion designers. Last year the designer, who is in her mid 30s, took the overall prize in the prestigious Czech Grand Design awards. In this entertaining, informal interview, Tereza Rosalie Kladošová discusses her DIY aesthetic, her love of home crafts – and a whole lot more.

Peter Bugge on his fascination with Czech culture and memories of Velvet Revolution

Radio Prague |
4 November 2020

Danish historian and translator Peter Bugge has played a significant role in promoting Czech language, literature and culture in his homeland. Last month, he received the Gratias Agit Award from the Czech Foreign Ministry.

A canoe trip through Prague

Honest Guide |
3 November 2020

Janek and Honza got a canoe and went for a ride through what they believe is the most beautiful city in Europe.

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