Sunday, 15 December 2019

Life

The 10 best things to do in Prague this week

Expats.cz |
30 September 2019

An exciting week of Prague events begins with a supersonic spectacular and ends on an artful note.

The feminist legacy of Charlotte and Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk

Radio Prague |
30 September 2019

Thanks to his wife Charlotte, Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk became a champion of feminism. Charlotte went on to inspire many women both within Czechoslovakia and beyond.

Importing your household belongings into Czech Republic

Prague TV |
27 September 2019

Have you decided to relocate to the Czech Republic? Here is a general overview of what you need to know regarding the customs clearance process and importation of your household belongings and vehicle.

12 things you didn't know about the Czech language

Expats.cz |
27 September 2019

From untranslatable words to that impossible-to-pronounce 'Ř' sound, the Czech language continues to fascinate (and frustrate!) those who learn it.

Brno's Christmas markets to stay open until January 5th

Brno Daily |
26 September 2019

Due to popular demand, Brno's Christmas markets will stay open even after Christmas for the second year running, allowing you to keep on soaking up the festive atmosphere for another couple of weeks.

Design a tram or work for NASA

Honest Guide |
25 September 2019

Czech Republic is a great destination not only for tourists but also an ideal place for students. So if you're thinking about studying abroad, we highly suggest you come here.

Belarus, Czech Republic to host WU19 EURO in 2021 and 2022

uefa.com |
25 September 2019

Belarus and the Czech Republic have been picked as hosts of the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship final tournaments of 2021 and 2022 respectively at yesterday's UEFA Executive Committee meeting in Ljubljana.

Babylonfest promotes culture and traditions of minorities in Czech Republic

Brno Daily |
24 September 2019

The twelfth edition of the popular festival began on Thursday with a ceremonial tree-planting in Brno's Lužánky Park, and will continue throughout this week with a rich program of internationally flavoured events.

Špilberk castle turned red to mark 120 years of BUT

Brno Daily |
23 September 2019

On the evening of September 19, the date of the signing of the university's founding decree, Špilberk castle turned red to represent Brno University of Technology (BUT).

New book sheds light on the post-war hunt for Nazi war criminals in Czechoslovakia

Radio Prague |
23 September 2019

After the end of the Second World War it was often very difficult to catch and bring Nazi war criminals and their collaborators to justice. Historian Vojtěch Kyncl from the Czech Academy of Sciences has written a new book called Beasts: Czechoslovakia and the Persecution of Nazi Criminals, which explores the Czechoslovak side of this endeavour.

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