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Prague postage stamp exhibition to show rare Bombay Cover

ČTK |
30 Jul 2018

The "Bombay Cover" envelope with two Red Mauritius stamps, one of the most valuable philatelic items in the world, and other rarities will be displayed at the upcoming Praga 2018 World Stamp Exhibition in Prague.

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The best Czech tramping songs

Radio Prague |
30 July 2018

Tramping is a phenomenon that influenced the lives of tens of thousands of Czechs. Young people who dreamed of the freedom of the Wild West, spent time outdoors, engaging in sporting activities, building log cabins and settlements.

Třebíč: a city where Jewish and Christian culture peacefully coexisted

Radio Prague |
30 July 2018

There are many examples of peaceful coexistence of the Jewish diaspora in the predominantly Catholic Czechia. One of them can be found in the heart of the Highlands region.

Sundance

Prague TV |
27 July 2018

DJs CJ Fox, David Ferraday, Cou-D and free entry on Sunday at Roxy

Lunar eclipse visible from Prague

Prague TV |
27 July 2018

A lunar eclipse will be visible from Prague on the evening of July 27. A lunar eclipse is when the earth gets between the sun and the full moon. Sunlight filtered through the earth's atmosphere hits the moon and turns it a deep red.

CEE Cup 2018 is in town - football stars of the future in Prague

Prague TV |
27 July 2018

The 2018 CEE Cup is in town. Come and see the stars of the future! The BIG final is on July 31st at Ďolíček Stadium - The Kids' Football Day is hosted by ex Sparta Prague player Tomáš Jun.

The popular Czech špekáček: unhealthy for your body, but so good for your soul

Radio Prague |
27 July 2018

The traditional špekáček – a short fat sausage best roasted on a stick over a campfire – is a Czech summer staple.

"Hex" author Thomas Olde Heuvelt wraps up world horror book tour in Prague

Radio Prague |
26 July 2018

Dutch author Thomas Olde Heuvelt, a speaker at the Melting Pot forum at this year's eclectic Colours of Ostrava festival, wrote his first horror novel when still in his teens.

Petra Tonder: A childhood escape, pulled across a river on a plank on an inner tube

Radio Prague |
26 July 2018

Petra Tonder's father Ivo Tonder took part in the Great Escape in 1944 and later also succeeded in breaking out of prison in his native Czechoslovakia. In the second half of a two-part interview, his daughter Petra Tonder shares details about her own incredible journey to freedom as a very small child.

Ben, Max most common dog name in Prague

Prague TV |
26 July 2018

Prague residents have almost 83,000 dogs in their homes, according to registration numbers for the first half of 2018 released by City Hall. This is an increase of 3,000 compared to the same time in the previous year. Prague has a population of 1.26 million people, so there is one dog for every 15.2 people.

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