Friday, 27 March 2020


Explore the nanoworld during the Days of Electron Microscopy

Brno Daily |
10 March 2020

From March 11th-15th, the Days of Electron Microscopy (DEM) will return to Brno, offering a unique opportunity to visit normally inaccessible laboratories, attend interesting lectures, and try out an electron microscope.

A Czech woman's journey through the Holocaust

San Diego Jewish World |
9 March 2020

Published posthumously with the help of her author daughter Helen Epstein, Franci's War by Franci Rabinek Epstein is a well-written step-by-step recounting of Franci's experiences during the Holocaust.

Building a community of riders in the Czech Republic |
11 March 2020

About 120 miles east of Prague, on the border with Poland, lies a wonderland of trails in a magical fairytale land. It's a place where passion and persistence result in the most positive outcomes, and where nature and the landscape have the ultimate respect of the community that lives amongst them.

10 best things to do in Prague this week |
9 March 2020

The colors, flavors, and sounds of spring hit the Czech capital as Manifesto Market reopens for the season and more!

5 amazing innovations designed for women by Czech women |
9 March 2020

To mark the International Women's Day on March 8, rounded up some innovations designed to ease the physical pains that come with being a woman while lessening the taboos that continue to persist surrounding menstruation, breastfeeding, and women's sexual health.

5 wonderful winter walks in Czech Republic |
9 March 2020

Lace up your hiking boots for a tranquil winter ramble in the Czech Republic

Prague uncovered: Hollywood actors saw the 1968 invasion from Hotel International |
9 March 2020

Ben Gazzara and Robert Vaughn both tell a tale of helping a hotel waitress escape

Charity bazaar this weekend will raise money for shelter animals

Brno Daily |
6 March 2020

From March 6th until March 8th, a charity bazaar will take place at Industra. The proceeds of the event will go directly to Utulek Tibet (Shelter Tibet), a small privately-owned family shelter that houses almost 150 animals, most of which are homeless cats and handicapped or sick dogs.

Rare recording of President Masaryk's 80th birthday speech comes to light

Radio Prague |
6 March 2020

Curators at the National Museum have discovered a previously unknown recording of a speech given by the first Czechoslovak president, Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, on March 7th 1930 – on the occasion of his 80th birthday.

TEDxUNYP: Inspiration in a complicated world

Prague TV |
6 March 2020

The 5th TEDxUNYP event takes place March 28th at the Municipal Library of Prague 1. It is a great opportunity for the English speakers to use that day to provoke ideas from a diverse group of inspiring people. The Prague Monitor will be there.

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