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Kafka gets new digs in his old neighborhood

Czech Business Weekly |
28 January 2009

Franz Kafka Center logo. (COURTESY)

The newly renovated Franz Kafka Center has a feel of the beginning of the last century, and includes a re-creation of Kafka’s actual library of books and magazines.

Christmas Events in Prague

Expats.cz |
10 December 2008

Find about Christmas markets, nativity scenes, and Chrismas concerts.

Svitavy – the birthplace of Oskar Schindler

Radio Prague |
11 December 2008

Ottendorfer Library in Svitavy (Courtesy)

Svitavy has only recently shown its pride in perhaps its most famous native personality – Oskar Schindler.

Konopiště Chateau

Radio Prague |
27 November 2008

Konopiště (Radio Prague)

Visiting Konopiště chateau which once was home to Franz Ferdinand d'Este, heir-apparent to the Austrian throne.

Czech town with 'sad' past fights ghost town image

AFP |
28 November 2008

The old Czech fortress town of Terezín, burdened by its past as a Jewish ghetto and transit camp under the Nazis then an army garrison under the communists, is trying hard not to become a ghost town.

Tindersticks

Prague.tv |
2 December 2008

Tindersticks (Courtesy)

On December 3, the Nottingham based musicians play the Divadlo Archa (Archa Theatre) as part of their winter European tour.

Hey, What Does This 'Wormhole' Thingy Do?

PRAGUE DAILY MONITOR |
24 October 2008

Wow… this place is full of old beer bottles. And cobwebs!

Tango Seducción

prague.tv |
27 October 2008

In a celebration of love and art, dancers, musicians, artists and singers from Buenos Aires come together on stage to share the experience of Argentinean tango through laughter, sensuality and seduction.

When nature likes your house

CBW |
30 October 2008

Unique in scope and theme could be the summary for the Green Architecture exhibition that opens this week in Prague.

Fancy dancing from Bratislava

Prague Post |
31 October 2008

Slovak National Theater Ballet is coming to Prague with a mixed bill of five contemporary pieces. The program titled Ky-Time is a tribute to the phenomenal Czech-born choreographer Jiří Kylián.

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