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When Czech mariners sailed the seas

Radio Prague |
11 May 2011

The Czech lands have a long military history to be sure, but for a place that lacks a sea there is a surprisingly interesting naval history as well.

Eva Jiřičná in Zlín

Leaders Magazine |
11 May 2011

If you would like to witness an event that represents the pinnacle in world architecture, there is no need for you to go to New York, Paris or London. Instead, visit the Moravian city of Zlín, where the latest version of a multifunctional Congress and University centre was just opened this January.

Planes, trains and automobiles at renovated Prague museum

The New York Times |
11 May 2011

Stern and functionalist in appearance, the National Technical Museum in Prague is actually a wondrous three-story transport hall, filled with antique vehicles.

Code:Mode Spring 2011 runway reviews, part one

Prague TV |
11 May 2011

There comes a time when we need to ask our designers a couple of questions regarding fashion shows.

Susanna Baca

Prague Post |
10 May 2011

The soul queen of black Peru to sing in Prague.

Mercury Rev

Prague Post |
10 May 2011

Upstate N.Y. band to perform classic album Deserter's Songs.

Quimby plays Akropolis

Prague TV |
6 May 2011

As part of the run-up to this year's United Islands festival, Quimby plays Palác Akropolis tonight.

Easter's whipping boys

TOL |
6 May 2011

The Czech Republic's Easter festivities offer a celebration at once traditional and odd.

Radio Free Europe celebrates 60 years of broadcasting

Radio Prague |
6 May 2011

This month marks the 60th anniversary of the official launch of Radio Free Europe.

Prague International Marathon 2011

Prague Post |
6 May 2011

Almost 10,000 runners are set to descend on Prague this weekend. This can mean only one thing. It's time for The Prague International Marathon 2011. The world's best long distance runners will be taking part in the 42km race, starting and finishing in Old Town Square.

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