Thursday, 23 January 2020

Life

St Nicholas comes to town

Expats.cz |
5 December 2019

Kids can see St Nicholas accompanied by Devil and Angel at various venues around Prague, including the zoo and Kampa park.

Travel Brno: Vienna is a holiday wonderland just down the road

Brno Daily |
4 December 2019

Vienna is an easy daytrip, either by car or train, from Brno. For most of the year, Vienna is a big city with world-class entertainment, but this month, it is even more appealing because it is decked out in holiday splendor.

Guide to Prague Christmas markets

Honest Guide |
3 December 2019

Map with all the Christmas markets, and places to get svařák, around the Czech Republic is here! Enjoy!

How working for Doctors Without Borders in Prague changed my life

Expats.cz |
3 December 2019

Canadian expat Reena Sattar came to Prague as an English teacher but would later make an inspiring career change.

Czechs scrap one-party rule - archive, 1989

The Guardian |
2 December 2019

29 November 1989: Communist prime minister promises to form a new government that will include other political parties and non-party members

7 magical activities for kids in Prague this week

Expats.cz |
2 December 2019

Angels, devils, Santa, and little Kevin meet in Prague this week promising big holiday fun for little ones.

10 best things to do in Prague this week

Expats.cz |
2 December 2019

The holidays are officially in full swing with the opening of Lucerna's rooftop advent happenings plus a very veggie Christmas market.

25 hidden Prague Christmas markets that tourists don't know about

Expats.cz |
2 December 2019

A shoppable Art Nouveau apartment, a brewery barn, and a rooftop are just a few unique venues offering crowd-free alternatives to traditional Christmas markets.

Go cuddle in Kadlín: Handipet Rescue animal shelter is seeking volunteers

Expats.cz |
2 December 2019

A British expat cares for sick and abandoned animals in a small Czech village between Mělník and Mladá Boleslav.

Over 1,000 skeletons discovered during renovation of Kutná Hora "bone church"

Radio Prague |
2 December 2019

Archaeologists carrying out research at the famous 14th century "bone church" near the Czech town of Kutná Hora have announced a unique discovery. While excavating the site in the vicinity of the medieval ossuary, they came across 34 mass graves with 1,200 skeletons, most of which belong to the victims of the Black Death and famine. Experts say it is the biggest find of its kind in Europe.

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