Tuesday, 16 July 2019


Pakistan's timeless mystic song

Prague Post |
2 October 2009

The ensemble Qawal Najmuddin Saifuddin and Brothers to perform at Prague's Christian Sts. Simon and Jude Church.

Masterful Czech poet gets his due

Prague Post |
2 October 2009

Paper Shoes is the first collection of Pavel Šrut's poetry available in English, and is just hitting the bookshelves of Prague bookstores.

Gold tasure first show at NM's new venue

30 September 2009

Surprisingly quickly—at least for the Czech Republic —the National Museum (Národní muzeum, NM) has launched its first exhibit in its new venue in the former Federal Parliament.

Okoř in Indian summer

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
29 September 2009

The 14th-century castle ruin is one of our favorite cycling destinations.

Climate change threatens Czech beer

By Josef Tuček | aktuálně.cz |
25 Sep 2009

With the increase of average temperatures, the quality of Žatec hops is becoming worse, according to a team of Czech and British scientists.

Plans for railway model of Czech Republic

Radio Prague |
25 September 2009

The owners of Prague's Railroad Kingdom are planning is to expand to a remarkable 1,000 square metres – and build a kind of mini Czech Republic.

Czech family trees

By Jan Handl | Respekt |
23 Sep 2009

MyHeritage.cz is a new Czech social network that enables users to create electronic family trees, share family photos, organize family events and find their ancestors and relatives.

Špindlerův Mlýn gets ready for Extreme Golf tournament

Radio Prague |
21 September 2009

Four years ago, three friends including well-known Czech golf pro Alan Babický got it into their heads to bring Extreme Golf to the Czech Republic.

Hockey in the Czech Republic

Expats.cz |
21 September 2009

The Czechs have had a fascinating hockey history which spans back only to the beginning of the 20th century.

World War 2: Czechs rise against Nazis

Telegraph.co.uk |
22 September 2009

A widespread revolt has broken out against the Nazi authorities in the former Czech provinces of Bohemia and Moravia and Western Slovakia.

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